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The gender bullying incident in the Japanese parliament last week, on the one hand, points out the ideology of inequality between men and women in Japanese society, and on the other hand, we see the difficulty of women's political participation.The challenge of women's access to politics is largely due to the rigid imagination of women's gender characteristics.To untie our gender discourse, we can be more aware that the physical gender does not necessarily relate to our individual abilities.Together for the woman's personality, let's have a more powerful and powerful comment!Let us at the gender gap in every corner of society in the face of women as women , bravely and softly.(Recommended reading: A day when a man experiences a woman in person, the result will be ... )

In the Tokyo Metropolitan Council last week, a 35-year-old single woman, 35, was ridiculed by other male colleagues when she spoke on the parenting policy.During her interrogation, the man attacked the unmarried woman's unmarried status and questioned her fertility ability, which clearly had a colour of gender bullying.

This controversy is not only a microcosms of the gender gap between men and women in society, but also highlights the plight of women as politicians.

In fact, bullying in this Japan's conference field is not a single case of female politicians being treated by gender differences.In her recent book, Hard Choices, former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reveals that women's political figures are often attacked or questioned by political opponents and even the entire community, including gender equality, because of their gender, appearance, marital status, and so on.In Taiwan, in the past, legislator Tsai Ing-wen of the Mainland Affairs Council called Tsai Ing-wen, the chairwoman of the Mainland Affairs Council, to be a serious sex-bullying incident like the old(Sibling: First Lady, Not just Men's deputies )

We may question the way in which the repetition of the "peer-to-peer, attack against women's private sphere" occurs at home and abroad, which is often a hostile and aggressive approach to women, such as the political and social movements?

Betty Friedan, Betty Friedan, who is named "The Feminine Mystique" in her name, says that there is a dedicated family, simple, obeyance, and so on of the woman's character.And the famous feminist scholar Karlyn Campbell argues that this kind of thinking and ethical norms for women's traits is fundamentally incompatible with the rational and independent nature of democratic politics.

Unthinness on women's softness, dedication to the family, and the normative nature of the capabilities required by the political field, such as autonomy, rational arguments, and so on, have created a dilemma for women as political figures.So women's attempts to engage in political or social movements inevitably lead to tragic trends.

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In public or political fields, the gender characteristics of women are magnified indefinitely to distort the importance of their claims and their intent to commit themselves to public events. us recall that several years ago, when Li Jia-chin raised a question at the Legislative Yuan, Cheng Li-chun, who was then chairman of the National Youth Commission, made a joke about sex, and ridiculed the political performance of Ms. Zheng in the public sphere, such as "regrettably long as she was so beautiful."The news tornadoes of the China Daily also focused on women's performance in the Sun flower, ridiculing the performance of women in terms of their appearance, or attacking women who participated in the study of women.(A more in-depth analysis of the news tornadoes), referring to the Limitations of the Sun and Black-Women: the Limits of Fathers and Mainstream Feminism )

Women politicians are often hostile to their expectations of their role in women's roles. society's hostility toward non-traditional women can be seen as a glimphesia of the gender bullying in the Tokyo Metropolitan Council the next day.A woman who is an unmarried woman who has traditionally been a woman as a woman is a political field for men, and her unmarried status deviates from society's expectations of a woman's gender role, and naturally makes her a target of gender bullying.

Perhaps this contradiction is not confined to the political and social fields.Women often experience a gap or incompatibility between their professional roles and women's traits that are regulated by society, and this incompatibility has led to women's sense of powerlessness. The ability of women themselves to be demonstrated by the restrictions or divestiture of this contradictory nature increases the speciality of "women in general capacity" and "women should be protected from being protected".(Extended reading: [Little law in law] women's workplace inequality?How to protect the interests of the people! )

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we can address this contradictory term as a bad habit of contemporary society.Yes, we may have freed ourselves from physical constraints, but in the expectation of society, the characteristics of "gentle, pure, and dedicated" women have once again regulated women's gender ethics and expectations.This gender characteristic is expected to be a definition of the true beauty of women, like entangling customs, and also limits women's ability in the public sphere.

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liberating our feminine forces, the feminine characteristics of our society

To liberate us from this constraint, we can try to untie the link between the physiological woman and the personality of women.

However, Judith Butler's concept of sex has highlighted the gender characteristics of the externality of the outside world, and has been created by a series of gender-specific social practices that are internalized into the inherent inherent characteristics of each gender.For example, the society norms that women have to be responsible for household chores. The "family, the family" is understood to be the gender nature of each woman's life, and the image of this gender characteristic reinforces society's mandatory and rationality in the division of labor between women and domestic roles.

The gender discourse of this series of counter-results reinforces the authenticity of the physiological gender and gender characteristics of the link.As long as social norms continue to regulate our gender imagination, it will be difficult to overturn the gender discourse that is agreed to be secular.

Since the relevance of the physiological and gender nature is hard to shake in a short period of time, we can expand the imagination of the character of the woman to increase our mobility. When we stop making reasonable links with and without perseverance, when we recognize that tenderness can be accompanied by resistance at the same time, women can gain power from the discourse of this veins.(A lively and unimaginable gender picture, see a more complete female power!) More than Girl Power: SHE will see the new face of the hero )

Be gentle and strong, never the opposite.The value of women and the values of contemporary democratic societies are mutually reinforcing, and women should not be absent or banned from the public sphere of political or social movements.We do not need to struggle in pursuit of accomplishments and women's identity.We can only relax our gender characteristics before we can loosen up our feet from this social fabric.

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Women don't need to be sorry or troubling for us to be women. Let's start with politics, social movements, freedom to fly at every work place, and give us more positive power, and we can bravely confront the gender bullying in every corner of society.

Although Mr. Akihiro Suzuki, a female councillor of Japan, apologized for his recent unfit behavior, if we do not release the rigid gender norms in society, if we do not give a greater degree of freedom to gender, perhaps the case of gender bullying will never be more than just a case.

Extended Read
[1] Butler, J. (2006). Gender trouble: Feminism and the subversion of identity. New York: Routledge.
[2] Campbell, K.K. (1973). The rhetoric of women's liberation: Quarterly Journal of Speech, 59, 74-86.
[3] Friedan, B. (1994). The Feminine Mystique (pp. 48-67). In M. Schneir (Ed.), Feminism in Our Time: The Essential Writes, World War II to the Present. New York: Vantage Books.

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