Challenging the Patriarchy Part 1

Season 4 Episode 44

Thu, 6 Mar 2014 5:00pm

Three successful professional women discuss the gender issues that bedevil our society. How much equality is there really between the sexes ? ” There is no such thing as the head of a household….. you may be a CEO at the office but just a woman at home….” ” Women are perceived as being the neck, men the head…” these ladies are nobody’s ” necks” and they passionately argue for real equality between the sexes in the workplace, the marketplace and in bed.

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  • hippiegoth

    Nice episode

    • Lesley-Anne Johannes

      Definitely, we need to talk about this. Its seems to go under the radar and currently I feel like this is mostly only noticed by women – which is concerning. For society to truly be equal we need men to be informed about the sexist environment we have sadly become so accustomed to.

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Film Credits

Produced by: Street Stories Films

Camera/Editor: Thembela Dick

Sound: Thina Daniel

Producer: Nomthandazo Mbizela

Directors: Jo Menell

Richard Mills

Special Thanks: Ricks Cafe

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