This is such a good read! A wonderfully thought-provoking interview with Amalia Ziv on queer parenting and feminism in Haaretz, which covers all manner of things from pornography to gender identity:
“I see a clash that is far from simple between queerism and parenting, because in parenting there is something inherent that reproduces the social order, even if you don’t mean to.
“You have to socialize your child to this world, as it is, with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and with the gender division. But I am trying to convey to him a more complex picture of the world. Obviously without coercing him − this isn’t some dogmatic attempt to socialize him differently, but he is being raised in a home that is different in certain respects. I can’t erase all of the insights I have about gender.”
Something I find fascinating is how people’s feminism evolves over time and how parenting impacts upon that and this is an element covered in the interview.