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-what the afterworld will be saying about these days

Human relations and equality

”I can’t believe that 50 years ago, in 2005, …”

  • marriage was seen as the peak of happiness (Pamela, Finland)
  • men and women weren’t paid the same for the same jobs (Anita, Australia)
  • there were beauty contests (Pia, Finland)
  • girls subjected to rape had to pay for the doctor check-up required as a witness (Becky, USA)
  • homosexuals couldn’t get married (Elisabeth, USA)
  • homosexuals couldn’t adopt children (Evi, Finland)
  • women in fertile age couldn’t get safe employment (Lotta, Finland)
  • the woman’s work place had to pay the whole maternity leave (Heidi, Finland)
  • there were racists (Patrick, Portugal)
  • people concentrated on traditional relationships (Kathrin, Germany)
  • men had to keep working even though they’d just gotten a child at home with the mother (Mia, teacher, Finland)
  • people got married (Klas, Finland)
  • it was so hard to get married before the registrar on a weekend (Katariina, Finland)
  • people used to gather physically in order to meet (Aki, agnostic, Espoo, Finland)
  • the role of women was to be attractive (Maya, Basque country)
  • incest was illegal (Anja, Austria)
  • sex between old people was taboo (Anja, Austria)
  • people had social contacts (Paul, 15, Finland)
  • society required hetero normative twosomeness (Jenny, feminist, Finland)
  • there were concepts like homo-, bi- and heterosexuality (Otto, 14, Finland)
  • the issue of women priests was still discussed (Andrea, Finland)

2 svar to “Human relations and equality”

  1. Ian said

    Computers were less smart than people

  2. funderar said

    thank you for that one Ian!

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