A kiss turns a moment of triumph into an ugly spectacle in Spain


For Spain, lifting the Women’s World Cup should have been a moment of celebration. Instead it laid bare the toxic masculinity that still pervades the euro’s fourth-biggest economy more than 40 years after the end of Franco’s dictatorship — a period when the country went through radical social change that saw it become one of the world’s most progressive nations.

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