It’s not about sisters but mothers and grandmothers – women whom younger feminists might love, but don’t necessarily want to be.What’s more, there’s a degree to which younger women gain reassurance from deciding older women are at least partly responsible for the predicament they find themselves in.Women in their sixties and older are essentially being discriminated against for having been discriminated against in the first place.It’s interesting that all this is being done to women at a time of supposed gender revolution.Female domestic labour and care work have benefited the economy and come at the expense of older women’s own freedom and emotional well-being.That many women are facing poverty in old age because they “didn’t work” and are now considered unemployable compounds the injustice they’ve endured for decades.What is the point of feminism, if not to ensure women are treated the same as men?
It’s all very well to commit to treating women the same as men, but when this is selective – when it only applies when the beneficiaries are those other than women themselves – this is not equality at all.
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It should be incumbent on younger feminists to stand shoulder to shoulder with those being asked to pay the price for a lifetime of exploitation.
It took a long time for me to realise, first, that self-sacrifice and dependency are necessary parts of human existence and second, that no woman is born with a dishcloth in one hand and a sick bucket in the other.
That older women have made compromises on behalf of others throughout their lives isn’t testament to their femininity; it’s testament to their humanity.
Fast-forward to the present day and it all feels a little different.