Tuesday Qoute

I have always felt that perhaps women have sometimes almost always embraced the same values as men because they are in a man’s world and they are trying to fit into a system that men have created.

And maybe in truth when there is a critical mass of women who play roles in Government  then we will see whether women can really manage power in a way that is less destructive than the way men have used power.


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