Is sexism starting to disappear from cultural life?

commented by Stefanie Sargnagel

Heroes (Issue II/2018)


This is changing slowly: women are organizing themselves. The negative reactions to #MeToo also show that people feel attacked, want to defend themselves. Many men speak of a witchhunt. Of course, this always happens when people are afraid of losing their position of power and their privileges. These guys now realize that something is changing.



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