There is an issue that is called “gender violence” in popular parlance, and perhaps it should be called “violence against women”. This question, we must understand, is not a disease, it is a symptom, one of the many results of the educational system to which we have been subjected for centuries. The boys with the boys and the girls with the girls great, but once the difference between the boys and girls is marked, also it is necessary to mark how it is that the boys are complemented with the girls, and/or the girls with the boys, because otherwise so single-mindedly this differentiation is marked.
If in an international football match, the local fans start attacking the visitors in xenophobic terms again that is not a disease that is a symptom, the result of having spent six or 12 years singing the anthem every day because the nationalism box demands it. The concept of nation is great, yes, but after marking how our nation is, we must point out that other nations are not only equally important, but they are also opportunities for growth and development from the purely commercial to the very concrete scientific.
To complete the issue of girls and boys, the country as it is, we have the infallible system of good and evil, and nothing else is needed. I mean, first you’re either a man or a woman, then you’re better or worse or good or bad. Your country is different, it is superior, it is the best, it is the good one. Your sex is different, it’s superior, it’s the best, it’s the good stuff. Do you realize? Do you have to go to TV to see how much of the entertainment is based on differentiating and differentiating, sexing and nationalizing everything to the limit?
Now, if you look at a symphony orchestra, the instruments don’t care what sex or nationality the performers are. A good listener doesn’t care either; in fact, 99% of those who listen to a symphony on a CD don’t know the sex of the viola players. The one who plays the timbales doesn’t care if he’s on the album cover, nor does he care if he puts the scores on the music stands. Everyone is different, and knows that they are different, but from their differences, dominating them is that they are integrated. Integrate, this is the variable.
If education is based on differentiation without integration, then it is normal that we are then talking about a “disintegrated society”, chocolate by the news. So, the question is not to fill the country with schools, to increase the number of hours of classes in the classroom, or things like that, no. And the question is very hard because it is to go back to nature. Look how far away from nature we are: how easy would it be for the pope to have a wife, for example, and how can we keep the item “Defence expenditure” for another 200 years if we educate in the “integration” of nations? Difficult, isn’t it?