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"Eight men are about to decide the future of hundreds of millions of people in sub-Saharan Africa. The choices President Bush and his fellow leaders make this week in Scotland will help determine whether more than two million children under 5 will keep dying every year of diseases that can be easily and cheaply treated, whether 40 million young people will still be unable to go to school and whether 300 million Africans will continue to lack access to clean water." NY Times, July 6, 2005

Why is it men who decide the future of millions? Why is testosterone-drenched policy the norm of our planet? Why are nurturance and forgiveness considered "girly-men" and "bleeding heart" attitudes and abnormal?


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