Bernstein is, when I pointed out, no trick, and thus needless to say he understands and acknowledges this, but there is however an awareness in which it is not totally real to him; he could be constantly asking your reader to temporarily put aside any objections in connection with utter powerlessness regarding the feminine participants in this “freedom” in order for we could consider for an instant exactly how liberating it should happen for the males. In which he sets store that is great the exceptions. Yes, it is possible that genuinely hot feelings and even love often arose between gents and ladies during these situations, in the same way it is possible that African-American slaves and their masters’ families often felt fondness and commitment toward one another, or that soldiers from an occupying military might befriend neighborhood residents. It is when you look at the nature of humanity we will often link regardless of harsh circumstances. But it doesn’t actually ameliorate the fundamental injustice of the circumstances.