Feminism

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Feminism For many years, a political, culture, or economic movement aimed at establishing equal rights and legal protection for women. Feminism involves political and physiological theories concerned with issues of gender difference. Feminism seeks to achieve equality and social rights for women in all key areas, which includes education, personal economic, employment, and cultural sphere of human endeavors. Women's rights is an issue that not many people cover, but affects every woman's lives. There are both pros and cons to this issue. Men, social media, and people’s perspectives are all relating to this issue. Putting down confident girls is not feminism. I’m a woman who until hours ago, identified as a feminist. I support it in other countries where women are truly oppressed based on gender. However, as far as feminism in the U.S. I’ve come to realize how heavily…show more content…
Social media both empowers and tries putting an end to it. It first started as a right for women to have the privilege to vote, today it is a mass movement of people fighting for equality between all sexes. Modern day feminism combines the issues of race, culture, social class, disability, sexual preference, and gender identity as well. Thanks to social media we are able to see what is going on in the world. Feminism focuses on ending misogyny, exploitation, and oppression. Being a feminist isn’t just standing up for women and girls. It’s a movement fighting for equality between all sexes. Social media gives us the opportunity to be able and click on “hashtags” to see details about different movements and actions people have taken. Social media gives women a voice as well, women who perhaps may have been silenced by their peers. This way, they are able to speak up, share their story, and know they’re not alone. Feminism just doesn’t focus on one thing. It’s a whole movement brought together by women which have supporters from all around the

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