After nearly 30 years of working on equality issues for caregiving, I have run across many arguments from others, of course.
And though each of us starts off feeling alone in our gut feelings, it is fascinating to discover how much historical support
there has already been for this equality struggle.
There is support from economists and legal theorists, from medical practitioners and sociologists. Some of this support
I have summarized already on other webpages.
But I wanted to pass along to you a few other perspectives which may be of use in your struggles too. How does
recognizing caregivers fit into the big picture for women's equality? How does it compare to stages in other major social
revolutions? How have earlier feminists alluded to this work? And last, what warnings are out there in science fiction
about scenarios to avoid- negative utopias?
Worth a thought...