The new president of Korea is ushered in by misogyny


This week, Yoon Suk-yeol was elected as the next president of South Korea, after leading a campaign of advocacy and “anti-feminist” rhetoric. His victory signals a major threat to women’s rights over the next five years and could herald a growing government and social backlash against feminist movements.

His presidential run is unique in Korean history for the way it weaponized feminism. Gender politics has never before been used by mainstream candidates to define key advocacy strategies – and incite divisions between men and women. The new president of Korea is ushered in by misogyny

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