Connections: Debating modern feminism

Feb 22, 2018

Critics of modern feminism have alleged that feminists want to blur inherent differences between men and women. Andrew Sullivan writes, "All differences between the sexes, we are now informed, are a function of the age-old oppression of women by men." That's just one example of the roiling debate about what is inherent, versus what is taught.

Our panelists discuss it. In studio:

  • Lauren Hall, assistant professor of political science at RIT
  • Barbara LeSavoy, director of the women and gender studies program at the College at Brockport