Boris Johnson surprised the G7 summit by saying the world must rebuild post-pandemic in a more “gender-neutral and feminine” way. At a meeting of leaders of the G7 member states and representatives of the European Union, which was held in Cornwall last week, Johnson said “building back more equal” meant “in a more gender-neutral and a more feminine way”. In his opening remarks at the G7 last Friday (11 June), Johnson said: “There is the potential to generate many, many millions of high-wage, high-skill jobs, and I think that is what the people of our countries now want us to focus on. “They want us to be sure that we’re beating the pandemic together, and discussing how we’ll never have a repeat of what we’ve seen, but also that we’re building back better. Together. Building back greener, and building back fairer, and building back more equal.” “How shall I…?” Johnson stumbled, going on to say: “In a more gender-neutral and, perhaps, in a more feminine way. How about that? Apart from anything else. “So, those are some of the objectives that we have here before us.” Asked what Boris Johnson meant by a “feminine” recovery, his spokesman told the Daily Mail he had been referring to a £430million pledge to support education for vulnerable young children and particularly girls.
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