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Willock 1 Nicole Willock July 21, 2007 U08850336 Without feminism Without the feminist movement women would not be allowed to vote. We would still be treated as inferior to men with no right to claim an education, no right to own property, and no right to work. Feminism has cracked the “glass ceiling” (Shaw, 27) in many ways that the world would not be the same without it. Feminism has picked up hikers along its journey from the first to the third wave. Many feminists must also face challenges that affect other groups including, non-white women, homosexual men and women, and the obese. Feminism is the belief in the social, political and economic equality of the sexes. (Still Needing the F Word, 57). What do the readings say about feminism? Why do so many people claim not to be feminists, when they share most or all of the same ideologies as feminists? Do the many misconceptions about feminists make it difficult to come out as a feminist in today’s society? Feminism has picked up negative myths p. 13
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