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I cannot believe that as a better educated society we would plunge back into the depths of ignorance...
"But weren’t under-education, underemployment, and relegation to the home among the major motivators for the modern women’s movement?"
As an HR professional (very proud mother of 2 boys) working in the non-profit sector, my choice...grateful to have work. I get the feeling this woman is simply working on making a name for herself...you have already stated that she is getting media attention, she too deserves to earn a living-and she has succeeded in stirring up emotions...I would guess this too is her motivation-nothing wrong with getting people to talk & think.
Policy is what shapes societies, all man/woman made...real people know what matters most and I believe will determine their own paths, design of life, my opinion: peace, harmony, love, creativity, growth will always pervail. I think most people work so that they can live (choosing your vocation and liking what you do adds a dimension to your life) not live to work.
Warren Farrell focuses on fathers, sons, and our need to truly love them.
Should we try to make our sons like what our daughters used to be?
Anger is a difficult part of who we are, but we can look at it with humor.
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