Feminist opinion on gender issues can be so inherently gender-bias to start with

I am having a quiet laugh at some Feminists who keep saying that we must end gender-bias in some men's opinions. That is because whenever they bring such issues up, their own narrow view is inherently gender-bias to start with. From who else but (un)AWARE: What women want (in a President) But I can tell you what many women do not want in a President. We do not want our political leaders to perpetuate sexist stereotypes, because words from the top carry weight, and through the media, these words can reverberate through society, influencing and perpetuating certain attitudes. Dr Tan Cheng Bock: On wives getting permission from husbands During The Online Citizen’s Face 2 Face forum (Part 2, 00:58), adjunct lecturer Ms Hani Mohamed asked the Presidential candidates what they would do to encourage women to enter politics or take on higher decision-making roles. Dr Tan Cheng Boc...

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