In my next post, I’ll delve into how these lessons apply to me. In the meantime, here are some other ways women can interpret what they read in Fiset’s article:
Many will relate this story to their experience of gender-based harassment and assault. As Mary Pipher suggests in The Wisdom of Menopause , this is a form of “female self-hatred that has been going on for a long time.…For too long we have believed that you had to be a certain way to become a woman—a passive, compliant, sexually attractive but never assertive being who was small and weak but also fragile….[Now] the pendulum might have swung so far no way back…it may be time to reverse direction once again.” For her part, Lutz admits she felt “hurt” by this incident upon reading it because she recognizes herself in Amalie Klose . That being said—and I don’t doubt that many females will immediately jump on this point while others will use it as evidence that women should not compete against each other at all —doesn’t invalidate Fiset’s challenge to liberate ourselves from our victimhood mentality before we define ourselves by what men (or anyone else) does or doesn’t do to us. One could easily see how Fiset’s experience would also inspire an athlete like Lutz, who embodies the athletic prowess needed for success at
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