We return to and conclude yesterday’s discussion--gender politics essentially as a reflection of internecine conflicts within the white world, between white women and white men, over the power to rule all others.
Hence, Leid Stories held, the apparent agreement to ignore race, class and culture—factors that would unnecessarily complicate what both sides understand and accept as the primary reason for adversarial engagement.
What does it mean to be a woman in today’s society? What informs our notions of womanhood? Has feminism/womanism/gender politics devolved into the flip side of the zero-sum, patriarchal paradigm?