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Food for Thought.
About once every 5. However, such occasions always give me pause for thought. What are my views on rallying the sisterhood? It's a topic that is particularly on my mind this week.
Lest you've blocked your ears and eyes and have been drumming a large tin can for the past month, let me remind you that it is International Women's Day this Thursday. It's easy to sound cynical. Actually, I'm not. Or at least, not always. Like much to do with the strangely febrile tension between the sexes at the moment, I feel wary and confused about what all this celebration really means. But I do have some views about networks that are exclusively for women, based both on my experience of running Hot Breakfast events and my own hallowed ability to secrete oestrogen.
Many of these are very contentious, but I think it's as well to be open about them - and I'd love to hear your views, whether they are sympathetic or not. First, let me be clear that on the occasions when we run Hot Breakfasts that are just for women then they are amazingly, awesomely, almost palpably powerful.
There's a raw energy about them that is both impossible to ignore and difficult to explain. Having pondered it long and hard, my best guess is that this atmosphere flows directly from the mentality that people bring to the table. An invitation to a gathering of the sorority contains an implicit promise of supportiveness, of solidarity, of collaboration. That creates an environment that is ripe for relationship-building. Relationships are duly built and I think that it is that sense of connectivity that makes these events so galvanising and uplifting, rather than some peculiar quality that is generated by the throng of the fair sex per se.
So, if tickets for these events fly out the door which they doif they are virtually guaranteed hits which they are and if I love introducing bold, brilliant, generous women which I dowhy do we not host more all-women Hot Breakfasts? Well, I suppose because they make me feel uneasy. And they make me feel uneasy for the following key reasons:. To be clear, I think there is the world of difference between networks that are "women-focussed" i.
The Women of the Future network is an example of the former, and I have benefited from its support enormously without feeling like I am doing so at the expense of my male equivalents. Elliot, is the company of clever, well-informed people who have a great deal of conversation; that is what I call good company. So we will undoubtedly continue to run Hot Breakfasts just for women from time to time when the subject justifies it like this Wednesday but our intention remains to build a community where everyone can contribute: where men can support women just as women can support men.
If you have suggestions for how this aim might be better or faster realised then we would welcome them. And they make me feel uneasy for the following key reasons: I am deeply suspicious of the old male clubs that refuse to permit women. They seem a dusty legacy of an era of breeches and servants and lunchtime port.
And I can't convince myself that it's not at some level hypocritical to set up something that is equally discriminatory against men, despite all the arguments that they are needed to give women the leg up that men have had for centuries. Surely we all want to be part of a community where mutual respect is not secured simply because of the symmetry of our chromosomes?
I want be heard, and to listen to you, because we've both got something worth saying, not because we're members of a certain sex. Things have become so toxic that it sometimes feels like we no longer know how to deal with each other. I don't think that we improve that by hanging out in separate changing rooms, with the doors barred to the people who are the "problem".
Surely it makes sense to empower everyone who wants to ditch the patriarchy, rather than let the issue crash around vitriolic internet forums and echo in congregations that are already converted? In the meantime, I will continue re-evaluating the matter every 5.Women want sex Pumphrey
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