Twelve Thoughts On Feminism And Its Place In Today’s Political Environment
Caitlin Johnstone

I think men are capable of “create(ing) social cohesion through our networks, knit families together through celebrations, lessen the need for new things by distributing goods, and do(ing) an awful lot of unpaid counselling work which leads to less stress, healthier people and therefore lessens the load on the medical system” too. I agree with the policy you suggest but don’t agree on the strict gender role.

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