G.S. Motola combines stunning images and thoughtful text in this revealing exploration of Iceland’s relationship with equality, feminism and gender identity. By examining how Icelandic society deals with issues such as parenting, innovation and crime, An Equal Difference offers a unique and engaging portrait of the world’s most gender equal nation. An Equal Difference includes more than 165 stunning photographs and eighteen short essays inspired by conversations with more than sixty people living in Iceland. Subjects range from societal structures like child care and parental support to virtual reality, rehabilitation, music and industry, education, crime and punishment, renewable energy, mental health, immigration, politics, gender, sexism and more.
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