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SOUTH KOREA South Korean radical feminism: No dating, sex, marriage or children
Ms Bonnie Lee doesn't care about finding a boyfriend or having a fairytale wedding, and will decide her own happily ever after. A growing number of South Korean women are banding together to reject rigid patriarchal norms, and vowing never to wed, have children or even date and have sex. Now, she has gone even further embracing the nation's radical feminist movement "4B" or the "Four Nos": no dating, no sex, no marriage, and no child-rearing. Marriage rates are plummeting in South Korea where wives are often expected to work, raise children, and care for ageing in-laws with little state or community help.
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