Cuba exemplifies proletarian feminism at work.
The Cuban diplomats and spokespeople leading negotiations with the US are women, drawing the attention of the US media. The gender disparity between the country’s representatives is visually obvious.
49% of representatives in Cuba’s parliament are women—the third highest in the world.
On the other hand, just 19% of congresspeople in the US are women—putting it at a measly 73rd place in the world, just below Saudi Arabia.