A notably interesting and nuanced piece of writing from Judah Ben-Hur, a Kenyan journalist, has come to my attention – published in The Standard, yesterday. The piece explores a long-view of the evolution of relations between the sexes and ultimately advocates for the growth of a Farrellian equality wherein “Men who had socially evolved to be in charge will now have to get used not being in charge while women who were used to be taken care of and protected by men, might need to stand up for themselves.”
You can follow Judah Ben-Hur on Twitter, here.
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