In an era of multiple crises (economic, educational, cultural, identity, masculinities, etc.), the promotion of equality and diversity has experienced numerous tensions. In Nordic countries, where this chapter is contextualized, the neoliberal ethos and the rather extreme degree of marketization of equality policies and practices have created a rather critical and pessimistic attitude toward the potential of promoting gender equality and diversity (Kantola and Lombardo 2017; Brunila and Ylöstalo 2015). In relation to these differences, there seems to be a longing for stricter control of the definition of gender, race/ethnicity, and nationality.