DAUGHTERS OF EQUALITY, HEIRS OF INJUSTICES - This book invites to refl ect on the concept of equality, its meaning and effects on people born in the decades of 1970-1980, the age of the fullest expansion of femi nist vindications, called Daughters of equality by the author. It desc ribes how in their life many forms of inequality coexist, dry injustic e, hidden under illusions of equality. They move between the limits of a sticky floor and a glass roof, both invisible through the veil of a subtle sexism of family responsibilities and loving availability that engage their time and space, and of obstacles and prejudices on their self-worth that hinder the development of their professional and work ing careers. They are, also, risk population for gender violence in al l its manifestations. All this is dealt with in this book).