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Cate Blanchett says equality for women is being lost

London, Sept 18 : Cate Blanchett has confessed that she is concerned about the current role of women in the society.


The Oscar-winning actress told Sky News that she believes that a wave of conservatism is sweeping the globe and affecting the status of women.

Blanchett said that she is currently reading 'The Misogyny Factor' by Ann Summers, and feels that a lot of the steps that the society has taken have been rescinded.

The 'Blue Jasmine' star said that conservatism is also affecting the way women perceive themselves in the world.

--ANI (Posted on 18-09-2013)

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