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A poll of more than 25, people in 23 major countries found that just one in six Danes consider themselves a feminist. It is one of the best places in the world to be a woman, with a narrow gender pay gap, equal employment rights, universal nursery care, and some of the happiest female retirees on the planet. So it comes as a surprise to find, in a global survey of attitudes towards gender, equal rights and the MeToo movement, that Denmark is one of the least feminist countries in the developed world.
The poll, conducted by the YouGov-Cambridge Globalism Project of more than 25, people in 23 major countries, found that just one in six Danes consider themselves a feminist, a third said that wolf whistling at women in the street was acceptable, and two in five had an unfavourable view of the MeToo movement. What is a modern feminist? Of a dozen women approached in the Danish capital, only one had time for the f-word. In fact, more Danish women are happy to be wolf whistled than called a feminist, according to the survey.
Fully one third say it is acceptable, the highest proportion than in any country other than Nigeria. Rikke Andreassen, Professor of Communication Studies at Roskilde University argues that one reason Danes tolerate low-level sexual harassment is the belief that what is meant well should be excused.
Sara Pihl, 32, who is out walking her baby on the nearby Kultorvet Square, worries that MeToo will make men feel constrained in their relationships with women. This article is more than 2 years old. A poll found that only a quarter of Danish women consider themselves feminists. Richard Orange in Copenhagen and Pamela Duncan.
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