What a country needs to do is be fair to all its citizens - whether people are of a different ethnicity or gender.
Whether we like it or not, gender differences matter in a combat situation.
It's difficult to write a book where a character is on virtually every page of the book but you cannot refer to his or her gender. It gets rid of every his, her, she and he.
I don't see gender as the most significant fact of human existence.
We all have inherited so many types of fears, whether they're race-based, culture-based, gender-based, age-based, family-based. And then we get comfortable with these fears.
We are a model country where gender equality is concerned.
I do believe that it's something that we don't talk about, but when there are clearly defined gender roles, it is much simpler. Because you don't have to think, which people apparently don't like to do.
I don't care what gender someone is, or what race they are. Those things don't matter to me.
Revolution is engendered by an indignation with tyranny, yet is itself pregnant with tyranny.
I feel like a feminist is gender equality.
I've never treated anyone badly or in a discriminatory way based on their gender, race, religion or sexuality - period.
There are many things that matter much more than an editor's gender in shaping the direction of the leadership.
Gender consciousness has become involved in almost every intellectual field: history, literature, science, anthropology. There's been an extraordinary advance.
If there were genders to genres, fiction would be unquestionably feminine.
I have always been interested in gender politics, so I'm not that keen on doing things that don't represent a truth about women.
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