At the beginning of the sixties, the film was a huge success “The Parent Trap” (The trap for parents). It tells the story of two brothers who switch personalities to reconcile their estranged parents. In Spain, it is titled “You are in Boston, and I’m in California”.
Today we know the story of Esperanza Aguirre and Isabel Díaz Ayuso, two sisters of the popular faith and daughters of Margaret Thatcher, who inherited her character as an iron woman in politics. In addition, they are not only sisters, that is, not sisters, but real sisters, of brothers who are famous for them and for dedicating themselves to mediation, one in real estate and one of the masks.
Well, just like that, these two brothers seem to share the battle against Pedro Sánchez, the villain of their film. One, Aguirre, to Ferraz, and one, Díaz Ayuso, to the Congress of Deputies. One, Aguirre, is in the first line of the barricade, and the other, Díaz Ayuso, is in the heart of the enemy’s rear. One, Aguirre, harangued his troops, and the other, Díaz Ayuso, simply insulted. Two destinations and one real goal: fuel Pedro Sánchez until he can speak Sanskrit because he already speaks English.
The first thing to emphasize is that both women show that equality has been reached even in sectors where, traditionally, they are less inclined to be equal to men. In his case, his behavior is similar to any hooligan of those seen around any football field before UEFA punished the corresponding team not to play in the competition in the following games. All that’s missing is throwing flares. However, the merit they have is that they are not men, to whom, until now, this type of behavior was reserved. Well, it is their merit and the laws of equality that are approved and govern the matching of women with men in all areas, including hardness.
And then there are those who get angry and ask them to apologize, not knowing that ‘keep it up and don’t change it’ falls into the category of different behavior and, once you choose it, it is no longer possible to back off and come back
Because, moreover, and this is in their defense, women often have to show greater merit than men to challenge their social roles. Two examples: neither Abascal should directly ask to cut the traffic on Ferraz Street, nor Aznar insulted the mother of Pedro Sánchez in the parliamentary seats. But they did. If you are a woman, the respect and admiration of your co-religionists can be achieved by making gestures of the rare impossibility of saying that you are a stupid woman. I want to believe that, not that it is natural behavior.
Of course, it is possible that Mrs. Aguirre thought that it was September 22, the day without cars, and that Díaz Ayuso liked, not only the fruit, but talking about it. Which, even if they are right, will lower their prestige as leaders.