Do You Want to Learn about Feminism? Really?

February 28, 2014

Dialog requires that all participants be willing to listen and learn from each other.  But sometimes, when people claim to want to participate in dialog, it soon becomes clear that one of the participants is there to only refute and dismiss another’s beliefs.

Many feminists have experienced this frustration when attempting to dialog about women’s issues with some people of privilege.

Anne Thériault, on her blog, The Belle Jar, portrays this type of encounter in her post, “Why Won’t You Educate Me About Feminism?”

Click here to read the post.

posted by Marg Herder

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