Fix the System, Not the Women

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Fix the System, Not the Women

Fix the System, Not the Women

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And men not getting convicted because “they were stressed about their job, so it’s understandable that they took up skirt pictures of women on the bus”. This is essential reading for absolutely everyone, it made my stomach turn and made me incredibly sad.

It's not an easy read and I did begin to feel a bit depressed reading it because it compounded all my worst fears about the inequalities that still need to be sorted out. Fix the System contains plenty of suggestions for reform, including apps that track the movements of men convicted of crimes against women, and banning non-disclosure agreements that gag staff who have experienced maternity discrimination.

people seem to be saying it’s not a good book as it’s nothing they didn’t already know but as woman of course we already know it, it is us, it is how we live what could you possibly read that was something you didn’t already know. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. The final part of this book describes how and why would-be Caesars come to grief, from the Gunpowder Plot to Trump's march on the Capitol and the ejection of Boris Johnson by his own MPs, and ends with a defence of the grubby glories of parliamentary politics and a thought-provoking roadmap of the way back to constitutional government.

The examples cited of misogynistic abuse suffered by women are extensive and of course throughly awful as well as unsurprising, but I felt it was sensitively handled and offered many solutions of how to change the system rather that just describing them in graphic detail and moving on. Especially men who believe feminists hate men for no reason and society is equal and there's no point to feminism, because they've never seen or experienced the things feminists are complaining about - that's privilege.

And judges ruling not guilty because the 13 year old “looked old for their age” and “looks sexually aggressive”. Yet when someone tries to explain how a sexist attitude or misogynistic views would tie in with and lead to a system in which discrimination and men's violence against women is normalised and allowed, you're labelled as paranoid or *sexist*. My eyes are firmly now open to how deep-rooted the problems really are and I will be shouting from the rooftops where possible to try to make at least a tiny impact. Through astonishing interviews with powerful insiders, Blood and Oil tells how MBS's cabal played the Saudi economy and capitalised on the omnipotence of feudal power while effectively stamping out dissent, before allegations of his extreme brutality and excess began to slip out.

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