Interview with Tim Goldich
Author Tim Goldich talks about his book "Loving Men, Respecting Women" in which he argues that males and females are essentially balanced in their powers and abilities, but the two sexes together have created a social construct that paints men as powerful and women as victims of male power. But Goldich's argument is that each sex has certain power and each sex suffers from the power of the other. In order to reach a more harmonious world, both sexes have to come to a more thorough understanding of each other's powers and needs. He strives not for feminism or masculism, but for equalism.
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