Doris Lessing, Novelist Who Won 2007 Nobel, Is Dead at 94
She was a true feminist, as revealed in these comments:
"Great things have been achieved through feminism. We now have pretty much equality at least on the pay and opportunities front, though almost nothing has been done on child care, the real liberation."We have many wonderful, clever, powerful women everywhere, but what is happening to men? Why did this have to be at the cost of men?"I was in a class of nine- and 10-year-olds, girls and boys, and this young woman was telling these kids that the reason for wars was the innately violent nature of men."You could see the little girls, fat with complacency and conceit while the little boys sat there crumpled, apologising for their existence, thinking this was going to be the pattern of their lives."
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