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Does Feminism Strive For Equality?
Feminism strives for equality.
Feminism - i.e. the theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes - is by
about equality, first and foremost.
Feminism also improves society for all genders, not just women.
Feminism is about equalising power relations within society.
Statements of purpose of
communicate clearly that the movement's objective is equality.
Statements of belief of feminists specifically include equality as a foundational principle.
Feminism strives for women's rights, while masculism strives for men's. Both feminism and masculism are capable of breaching equality or simply neglecting issues that don't benefit their sex/gender. Only the combination of both feminism and masculism truly fights for equality.
Modern day feminism is largely focused on the fight for equality. But too often the fight leaves out the transgendered,non-binary, and gender fluid, when they are too should be regarded as equals in all life's endeavors and opportunities.
Feminism strives for absolute equality rather than equitable opportunity, which leads to less practical equality overall.
Feminism is a set of ideologies for promoting female privilege.
"Feminism" has been used to label a wide variety of ideas, including many mutually contradictory ones. Some of these world views seek equality, but others do not.
Feminism, although by definition striving for equality, includes in its movement a mass group of people who will exhibit the opposite behaviour when their views are challenged. This is no way to get anywhere when it comes to people with the same ultimate goal.
Feminism strives for the liberation of women as a sex class from male supremacy. Equality is achieved after as a result to it, it's not the main goal of feminism
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