>From the brilliant mind of Germaine Greer as recorded in the "The Whole
Woman," she quotes a passage written by Judith Lorber:
"When we no longer ask 'boy or girl?' in order to start gendering an
when the information is as irrelevant as the color of the child's eye
yet the color of skin), then and only then will women and men be socially
interchangeable and really equal. And when that happens there will no longer
be any need for gender at all."
A taste of liberation dulls the appetite for equality in slavery.
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