Un symbole du féminisme demande qu’ils cessent d’humilier les hommes

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(FILES) In a file picture taken on October 11, 2007 British writer Doris Lessing holds her head in her hands outside her home in north London, as she is told by photographers that she has won the Nobel Literature Prize, after returning from a shopping trip. The Nobel Prize-winning British author Doris Lessing died on November 17, 2013 at the age of 94, her agent said. AFP PHOTO / SHAUN CURRYSHAUN CURRY/AFP/Getty Images

(FILES) In a file picture taken on October 11, 2007 British writer Doris Lessing holds her head in her hands outside her home in north London, as she is told by photographers that she has won the Nobel Literature Prize, after returning from a shopping trip. The Nobel Prize-winning British author Doris Lessing died on November 17, 2013 at the age of 94, her agent said. AFP PHOTO / SHAUN CURRYSHAUN CURRY/AFP/Getty Images

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La femme de lettres britannique Doris Lessing, de 81 ans, maintenant accuse les femmes de discriminer les hommes Dice qu’ils sont constamment agressés et insultés Et croit que ne se défendent pas même parce qu’ils se sentent intimidés.

Doris Lessing ne va pas écrire le troisième volume de son autobiographie comme icône du féminisme : il dit être rassasiée du fait de ce que « aujourd’hui des femmes plus stupides et ignorantes peuvent insulter des hommes meilleurs qu’elles sans qu’une protestation la plus minimale ne s’élève ».

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