Who has the right to be strong: training as a way to get in touch with ourselves

We have been taught for millennia that muscle and strength are not for women. We were taught to be as small as possible, to take up as little space as possible, to provide as little resistance as possible – we were taught how to become the "weaker sex".

We have been taught for millennia that muscle and strength are not for women. We were taught to be as small as possible, to take up as little space as possible, to provide as little resistance as possible – we were taught how to become the “weaker sex”.

Who takes your children for a walk?

Parents find it difficult to reconcile their work and the struggle to provide for their family with the time needed to take care of their children. Mothers bear a multiple burden, and state policies provide little besides declarative concern for the birth rate.

Parents find it difficult to reconcile their work and the struggle to provide for their family with the time needed to take care of their children. Mothers bear a multiple burden, and state policies provide little besides declarative concern for the birth rate.