Those of us working in gender and international development can remember the good old days.... which are still with us.... when governments and development agencies.....could pat themselves on the back for producing data disaggregated by sex....
How is one to deal with the new celebrity being enjoyed by “feminism”? Those who have been toiling in the gender equality vineyards for decades, with modest harvests, may find it hard to cope with feminism becoming not only acceptable, but also chic. Does this mean the shouting is over and we can all start thinking about some other kinds of discrimination requiring eradication...or is there still more toiling to be done on the feminist front-line?
“Cross-border surrogacy raises thorny questions, especially for feminists.Some people look at women selling their eggs or reproductive capacity as an individual right within the context of wage labor. Others see these practices as deepening gender and class inequalities in a not-so-free market”.
This is a book - High Altitude WOMAN: From Extreme Sports to Indigenous Cultures –Discovering the Power of the Feminine by Jan Reynolds.