the masculine narratives tend to emphasize hierarchy, competition, and winner-takes-all domination, while these feminist narratives tend to point out the collaborative, interconnected and non-zero sum
Art in the Age of Machine Intelligence
Blaise Aguera y Arcas

These narratives are feminine, the opposite of masculine. Throughout history they are represented by a dyadic pair — solar/lunar, power/love, synthetic/natural, self/community, phallic/yonic, rational/magical, etc.

Feminist is a contemporary cultural and socio-political movement whereby the primary energy for women shifts from the feminine to the masculine.

As such, Feminist narratives are congruent to masculine ones and emphasize in women power, hierarchy, comparativeness, winning, and doing. (see Beyoncé, Hunger Games, Supergirl, et al)

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