celebrating gender difference

In the transition from patriarchy to equal rights the fashion has been to minimise gender difference, yet women and men view social inclusion differently.

Men tend to consider society as a hierarchy, women as more clustered.

For instance, sociologists have noted a transition over the past half century from hierarchical corporate structures to more lateral networks, without drawing comparison between the primary change in corporate composition, the massive influx of women.

Similarly, the strict hierarchical class structures of a century ago are now more fluid.

The challenge is to celebrate women's and men's world views with an equal rights Republic.

30 July, 2009