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Last Week's Popular Questions for Feminism
To. The Woman's Movement of the 1960s and 1970s occurred during one of the most turbulent periods in American history. How did the turbulence of the times contribute to the Women's Movement and the feminist revolution?
The feminist movement of the 1960s and '70s originally focused on dismantling...
5. The Women's Movement of the 1960s and 1970s is often refereed to as the "second wave of feminism. “ When did the "first wave" occur? How would you compare the first and second waves of feminism?
The first wave of feminism occurred during the nineteenth and early twentieth...
Why did the second wave of feminism differ from the first wave from what modern women wanted?
The second wave of feminism emerged in the wake of World War II, during which many...
3. While woman today embrace all the freedoms the feminist movement fought for, many are afraid to call themselves feminists. Many women will say "I'm not a feminist, but I believe in equal rights, equal pay, etc." y are so many women reluctant to call themselves feminists?
Many women are reluctant to call themselves feminists because there is a negative...
1. There are many negative stereotypes used to describe feminists. Why do these stereotypes exist and how are they used to discredit feminism and feminists?
Stereotypes ofen evolve out of fear of persons from minority groups. They can lead...
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