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“Since marriage constitutes slavery for women, it is clear that the Women’s Movement must concentrate on attacking this institution. Freedom for women cannot be won without the abolition of marriage.” — Sheila Cronan, “Marriage,” 1970, in Radical Feminism, edited by Anne Koedt, et al. (1973)
Note from BW of Brazil: Well, I guess it would be safe to assume that singer MC Carol to feminist Sheila Cronan’s opinion seriously. In some ways, this shouldn’t come as a surprise from a woman who penned the song “100% Feminista” (100% feminist). Although I stand against sexism, racism, classism and so many other -isms, I DO wonder what would happen to society if ALL women began to adopt this posture concerning the union of women and men. What are your thoughts?
‘Being independent, feminist and married is impossible’, says rapper MC Carol after separation
Singer announced end of marriage on Instagram. Funkeira also hinted that she should start an acting career
Courtesy of O Dia
The singer MC Carol, known for songs like “Minha Vó tá Maluca” and “Não foi o Cabral”, announced her separation last Monday. She used Instagram to announce the end of the union with her husband.
MC Carol on Instagram
“Being an independent woman, feminist and married IS IMPOSSIBLE, 9 years will not be erased, but I’m prepared to walk alone and focus on my new career as an actress,” said the singer, implying that now she must also bet on acting.
In comments, people demonstrated supported and consoled the singer. “Carol, the important thing is that you have experienced great moments that will not be forgotten, everything is for us to evolve,” wrote one follower. “Don’t think like this, there’s a lot of guys who are crazy wanting you. I’ll bet on this,” another fan wrote.
Source: O Dia
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