Kurdish Women’s Movement: “patriarchy is not natural” — StereoType Magazine

“Have any of you ever studied the origins of patriarchy at school?” Dilar Dirik asks, researcher in Sociology at Cambridge University and activist of the Kurdish Women’s Movement. The rhetorical question slips into silence, so Dilar tries to summarize only 6.000 years of humanity on Earth, when, during Neolithic, the first “modern” societies were formedContinue reading “Kurdish Women’s Movement: “patriarchy is not natural” — StereoType Magazine”