Might the world be a better place if women had real power in shaping its future? Prominent feminists, like Germaine Greer, believe that the world will gain little if women assume power only to rule as men have ruled for millennia. Rather, she argues, all will benefit (men included) in a world in which women have a transformative effect on our world - not only in terms of righting an historic injustice (important as that is) but also by rebalancing the ethical wheel of history - for the benefit of us all. But is this so? Would a world ruled by women be any better than a world ruled by men?
In January, Clooney continued her reign of IDGAF-style badassery during an appearance in the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France, where she was representing Armenia. When a reporter asked the celebrated barrister not about the case but rather about what she was wearing, she had the perfect response: "I'm wearing Ede & Ravenscroft."
You know, legal dress robes — like any other lawyer.
Recent preliminary research from graduate students at the University of Saskatchewan examined the impact of the Feminist Ryan Gosling memes on men—with interesting results. The researchers found that men who were exposed to the memes were more likely to endorse radical feminist ideas—by as much as 10 percent—than those who were shown only images of Gosling without text. For example, men who saw the memes were more likely to agree with statements such as “men use abortion laws and reproductive technology to control women’s lives.”
“What marriage does to the kids is it really destroys their future, it destroys their hopes, it just turns them into something they are not supposed to be,” Ntaiya says. “I wanted to see a different future for them, [and] school was the place I could achieve that.”
Though it’s increasingly rare in this voyeuristic age to find women musicians capable of maintaining any sense of privacy, it remains to be seen if Sia’s back-turning actually encourages us to question our own media consumption or if it simply increases our desire to see what she looks like behind the wig.
One of the biggest tools wielded against women's empowerment has been the pernicious use of gaslighting. For generations, we've been told that we're imagining our own oppression. That we're overreacting or lying or seeing things that just aren't there. The result has been that women have been hesitant to speak about the reality of our own lives, because we've been trained to question whether or not our perception of it is even real.
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