In conversation with me, she acknowledged that the evidence for widespread inequalities for men, especially in family life, is "incontestable". If so, it is impossible to argue that our society is patriarchal. We may then think that modern feminism has foisted upon us a misrepresentation; and its accessories of intolerance, spite and sex-war aggression were, and are, ill-fitting.
I hope women and men are coming to see that their interests are not antagonistic, as modern feminism has given us to believe, but are complementary, sympathetic, harmonious and equal.
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