(This continues the series (of two, so far) translations of my contributions to the press at large.)
Belgrade political weekly Vreme has recently (19 November 2009) asked its readers to evoke their memories of primary school teachers. I duly complied, and sent in a rather bitter entry that you can now also enjoy here. It was published under the (good!) title "Cured Of Feminism" in the issue of 26 November 2009. If you notice any differences between the two (mine and the one on the Vreme web site) the copy below is what I have originally sent (Vreme should have kept the formatting, web space is cheap after all; they were right to remove the name of the person, which I did not do below).
Notes for English speakers: Serbian distinguishes between grammatical genders. Vreme phrased the question implying a male teacher, hence my opening rebuke. Feminism in Yugoslavia in the seventies was almost non-existent, hence my jibe around the middle of the comment.