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Feminism used to mean something good but this word started to become associated with bad things at the present day. Feminism used to represent women trying to find their own path in this world. Women are allowed to do what they want in order to reach their goals. Modern-day feminism is...Read More

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Feminists are angry because they have many reasons to be angry. For thousands of years, women have been victims of domestic violence, sexual and familial harassment and abuse, prevented from making reproductive decisions about their own bodies, and they have been subject to workplace...Read More

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I am not sure that being a male feminist is frowned upon by society. I can perhaps hazard a guess that it might be because feminism has always been a movement by women for women. I personally do not see anything wrong with men helping the feminist movement to make progress so long as they...Read More

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I don’t think it’s fair to generalize that feminists don’t shave their armpits. I am sure some, and maybe even many feminists don’t shave, but there are plenty of other women who also simply choose to not shave. Mintel, a consumer global market intelligence research firm...Read More

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I am a feminist because I believe in gender equality. I am also a feminist because for thousands of years, women have been victims of domestic violence, sexual and familial harassment and abuse, prevented from making reproductive decisions about their own bodies, and they have been subject to...Read More

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We still need feminism because women are still not treated equally. Despite being slightly more than half of the US population, women hold less than 20 percent of the seats in Congress. Although a lot of progress had been made to narrow the pay gap between women and men, women still experience...Read More

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Yes, women should be allowed to be a part of the workforce. Women are just as capable as men at most jobs. Furthermore, an April 2014 study by the Center for American Progress and the Center for Economic and Policy Research concluded that earnings by women significantly contributed to the...Read More

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Girlie feminism has also been called lipstick feminism or cupcake feminism. The term is usually used to describe a subset of younger females who want to highlight their more feminine side. These girlie feminists still believe in the values and goals of traditional feminism such as gender...Read More

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I think it is difficult to pick just one woman to be called the founder of feminism because throughout history there have been many brave women fighting for women’s rights and challenging the traditional male dominated norms not just in the United States but also in Europe. Elizabeth Cady...Read More

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony were some early famous feminists. They were both champions for a woman’s right to vote. Some historians call this period in American history the first wave of the feminist movement. During the second wave, which covered the early 1960s thr...Read More

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