translated from Spanish: Francisca García-Huidobro: “I have rotten with the Sorority”

in the broadcast of Tuesday’s program “Go long” Francisca García-Huidobro, host of the space, initiated a conversation alluding to the historical manife station of the 8M which paralyzed Santiago and Chile.Tanto the panelists of the Maly Jorquiera and Mauricio Jürgensen, space as guests of the occasion Mónica Rincón and Loreto Aravena, unveiled their positions on the issue, talking about among other things work domestic, post natal, the definition of the movement and the types of feminism that exist. But which generated buzz and multiple criticism on social networks were some sayings of former host of close-up, in particular, a dialogue that flowed in the following way:-Loreto Aravena: “is that the theme of the #MeToo also has us been women in this thing as ‘being a woman seems to be just be completely honest’ “.-Fran García-Huidobro:” thank you for saying it! They have me rotten with the Sisterhood. Seriously are mines all good because they are women?” -Mónica Rincón: ‘Sisterhood is not the same to be honest’.-Fran García-Huidobro: “I have been thinking about it a year ago, I think that since I saw Natalia Valdebenito in the Festival de Viña.” Now being female makes you immediately a good person, because she is woman”.-Mónica Rincón:”That is to distort in the background the topic”.-Fran García-Huidobro:”wait for you. And when the women are good, they are good, but when they are bad they are much better, because women are more complex. The wickedness of a woman is much more perverse than the iniquity of a man. All we know someone, the premium, the neighbor of a friend who does not pass her children to ex-husband because he was unfaithful and hump it with silver or sends him to the courts. What I mean is that stupidity, wickedness, bad education, are in all genres. “To me there are women who fall I bad”.-Mónica Rincón: “this idea that women have to be super good is rather sexist”, finally, said the journalist.

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