(The Humanitarian Social Network)
I completely agree with the following:
On another hand we've got all this energy flowing into equality and what happens is that we end up modeling a wealthier/middleclassier model of the same system many of us are working against.
And I am really interested in your comment:
In some respects, however, we may be modeling a middle step (a sort of second wave, 1980s feminism, which *feels* to us liberated folks to be a bit of step back, like we are failures - when in some cases, the liberation we are used to might not be the liberation we are fighting for.
I hadn't thought about it that way. Sorry to make you labour the point but I'd be interested to hear more about why you think that. In what ways are we modelling a middle-point? And why would we need to go to a middle point rather go straight to where we are now (or should be)?
Interesting post, thanks.