In the sixties and seventies, a push for more equal treatment for women emerged. Some of us remember that period. There were women who approached that concept with reason and logic and patient determination and those who were offensive in their criticism of women who didn't immediately take up the banner and preferred to stay home and raise their children.
The role women play in society should not be dictated by men or women who want everyone else to think exactly as they do. A woman can want a society in which women are offered equal pay and equal opportunities and are treated with respect and still not want to climb a corporate ladder herself. Belonging to a gender doesn't require all women to think the same or to have the same goals in life.
What is interesting is that the women's movement has not advanced much in the years that followed the public outcry for a level playing field. One doesn't have to look far to see the overwhelming evidence, for example, that violence against women (and children) continues with a vengeance.
Media shapes our opinions and our morals.