Times of India: I wrote the apology that I wanted to hear from my father says Eve Ensler

“I wrote The Apology because in all the years of working in this movement, in all the recent cases of #MeToo, perhaps in in 16,000 years of patriarchy, I had never heard a man make a public, thorough, authentic apology for sexual or physical abuse towards girls, boys or women. My father says in The Apology that ‘to be an apologist is to be a traitor to men. Once one man admits he knows it was wrong, the whole story of patriarchy begins to collapse.’ Now is the time for men to become gender traitors, and begin the apology process.” – Eve Ensler to Bachi Karkaria for the Times of India