[Traducción española en violeta y cursiva]
Ayer encontré un cita muy buena en Facebook con la que estoy 100% de acuerdo:
Here is my translation of it:
"Feminist movements do not want to impose a matriarchy based on violence against men, just as patriarchy has done until now. They do not want to deny them a vote, or rape them in the wars, or mutilate their genitals to uphold a cultural tradition, or confine them in the domestic sphere, or kill them for commiting adultery.
Feminist movements do not expect men to be the property of their mothers and then of their wives, nor do them wish that men earn lower salaries, and neither would they want to banish them from the media, business and political spheres of power.
They don't want to traffic with male bodies for the enjoyment of the female ones, nor do they wish that the male children be malnourished or abandoned in orphanages, nor, of course, would they promote their social or economic marginalization.
They would not ban male children from going to school either, or deny them access to health service and university.
Understand that all these insane ideas are not what feminist movements promote. Feminist movements have always fought for the equality between women and men."
Coral Herrera Gómez