Stockholm Syndrome and How We Have Become Hostages in the Cage of Capitalist Equality

The Politics of Mothering & Liberating Motherhood

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Yes, this is a vocal piece – sprinkled with a little despair and frustration about where we are heading, what it all means, and what fabric is weaving around us in this, our one and only life, and for that, the future for our precious children.

I will come out and say it. Women are fighting a battle on so many fronts that the moment you think you have one adversary met and negotiated, along comes another, from the side, like a velociraptor waiting in the bushes in that Jurassic something or other. Open sexism, bring it on. Blatant discrimination by reason of our vaginas, the sisters are working on it.

But Capitalist Equality, laid bare in two stories this week? First, Hip Hip Hooray: Daughters of mothers who “work” (STOP, newsflash – as Esther Parry says: all mothers work) earn 4% more than their counterparts whose…

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Stockholm Syndrome and How We Have Become Hostages in the Cage of Capitalist Equality

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