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My reply: It takes a long time for a culture to undo historical “wrongs” and shift old beliefs. Often, it seems that women aren’t taken very seriously to this day. For a woman to enter the political arena, she often takes on the attitudes and attributes of the predominant male paradigm. It is hard to consider that this woman represents feminine values if she conforms herself to what is in place within this hierarchy.
However, Ruth Bader Ginsburg comes to mind as someone who embodies woman and women’s rights while working in a predominantly male environment.
One of our modern day heroines.
To change the world, feminine values and concerns have to be appreciated and seen as valuable for the whole of humanity and the planet. While values of conquest, overpower, reckless use of resources, disrespect for other cultures and classes predominate, real change seems elusive. Until our laws reflect more of what have been termed feminine values, things are proceeding in a direction that doesn’t serve anyone ultimately.