What kind of
mothers parents-of-sons do feminists makes? Do their sons grow up better adjusted, do they make better husbands, colleagues… better men?
What would ‘better’ mean here? Perhaps, they are less likely to tolerate (or give into) the pressures to fit into manliness-stereotypes?
Do you think sons of feminist parents (SOF) grow up less fearful of losing their ‘masculinity’, say if they are not inclined to ‘control’ the women and younger men in their lives?
And typically in the Indian scenario, are SOFs less likely to be under pressure to grow up to be Shravan Kumars and Rams, willing to give up their own happiness, family life, career choices, other personal choices including who they choose to marry?
So are sons of feminists more likely to take their own decisions, make up their own minds and live their lives on their own terms?
Priya Rao shared this link. What do you think?