Could Women Be The Future of Men?
Do We Still Need Feminism?
In 1950, women employed full-time received on average two thirds of men's wages, in 2003 they exceeded 80%.
The process was essentially completed in about 20 years (1972-1993), and has been blocked since the mid-1990s.
The size of the gap remains considerable: will it still be 50 years before real parity is achieved?
Women remain outside the highest paid positions of responsibility, often employed for qualities that are recognized as "natural" (social relationships, communication, etc.).
So yes Women I love you, I would try not to confine you to pre-established roles, not to lock you in a box.
I'm a feminist, sometimes macho, but I working on it.
Anna-Eva my model, my "muse" thank you for your trust.
Thanks to Audrey Denomme for her make-up