Feminism II

Feminism is a collection of movements and ideologies aimed at defining, establishing, and defending equal political, economic, and social rights for women. This includes seeking to establish equal opportunities for women in education and employment.

Without education the world suffers, without progression the world suffers. Is there a difference between a male or female scientist? And should a self-respecting female be undermined because of her natural gifts or her looks or intelligence?

Most people who I have spoken to about feminism seem to respond with a touch of offence. As though I was on a raw nerve. They think its about women who hate the male population. Is it? The issues raised by feminism are very tricky subjects to discuss for most normal functioning humans and anyone with a mind of their own is likely to react to such complicated issues. Personally I think feminism can be represented in so many different ways.

It did cross my mind that these people were only offended because they couldn’t understand what its all about.

When I think of feminism I think of females who just want their place in the world, to be respected for having internal strength and for having courage to stand up to anything. Although this Is not all we are after. Sometimes it takes more. We want to question this set of rules invented specifically for females to say they are somehow inadequate or not qualified to operate in society. Where the hell did these views come from?

The definition of the word is so simple.

Females who become burdened by their status as a female in this world and become victimised for being female can end up feeling the pressure at times.

Females should be treated properly, equally, and fairly in all walks of life, in every corner of society, and in every shadow of reality.

How pleasant would the world really be without us?

Just don’t break the taboo, the sexier we are, the more poignant and potent the better.

albavillez By Alba Villez


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