The Canadian Prime Minister Just Trudeau has been loved and adored by many for endless reasons and one of the most important one is his outspoken words on feminism. Justin Trudeau wrote a special essay on the occasion of the International Day of The Girl where he spoke about his journey of raising his own kids as feminists. PM Trudeau also urged parents to raise feminist sons and how he hoped that it helped his sons to “escape the pressure to be a particular kind of masculine that is so damaging to men and to the people around them.” Justin Trudeau Slips And Falls Into Water While Trying to Board a Kayak, Pictures Go Viral.
Justin Trudeau has been an advocate of feminism for a very long time and his latest source of expressing the views on equality for an exclusive essay that was published in Marie Claire. Trudeau wrote about his personal experiences of parenting and gave some very helpful lessons to parents all over the world. He opened the essay by talking about the efforts of his team to make Canada more inclusive, open and gender equal before talking about his parenting excperinece with his wife, Sophie. Justin Trudeau’s Awkward Moment Looking for Someone to Talk at G20 Summit is Going Viral (Watch Video).
Highlighting the idea of feminism in parenting, Trudeau highlighted that while we may focus on empowering the girl child and make them strong and compassionate, it is also important to raise sons who grow up to be strong advocates of women and girls. “Gender equality is not only an issue for women and girls. All of us benefit when women and girls have the same opportunities as men and boys—and it’s on all of us to make that a reality,” Trudeau wrote. Justin Trudeau Meets Baby Justin Trudeau, Named After Canadian PM by Refugee Parents.
Justin Trudeau highlighted how he wishes that his boys grow up to be compassionate and empathetic adults. Defining feminism Trudeau said, “Feminism is not just the belief that men and women are equal. It’s the knowledge that when we are all equal, all of us are more free.” Trudeau ended the essay by saying that “To raise our kids feminist is to recognize that they ALL have a part to play to build that world.”