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Spanish Bullfighter Takes His Daughter To Work

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Spanish Bullfighter Takes His Daughter To Work

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Spanish Bullfighter Takes His Daughter To Work

Spanish Bullfighter Takes His Daughter To Work

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A photo shows him waving a red cape at a bull with 1 hand, while holding his 5-month-old daughter in the other. He says it's a step for gender equality; his father took him bullfighting the same way.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Take Your Daughter to Work Day is great. Calling it take your daughters and sons to work -even better. Francisco Rivera Ordonez went a step beyond. He is a Spanish bullfighter who took his daughter to work. He posted a photo showing him waving the red cape at a passing bull with one hand while holding his 5-month-old daughter in the other. He was criticized, but he says it's a step for gender equality. His father took him bullfighting the same way. It's MORNING EDITION.

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