Feminism - political, social and economic aspects
Women are known to multitask perfectly and to handle more than one chore has never been a problem. However, as much as women want equality with men in all areas including the political field, they are not supposed to forget about what entails to be female. There comes a time that women cannot handle both politics and maintain their feminism (Hooks, 2000).
Feminism is defined and the ideology that advocates women rights in political, social and economic equality to men (Hooks, 2000). First, the mode of dressing in women should not be forgotten. As much as women are involved in the political battle with men, they should not forget on how to dress like a woman. Most of the women in parliament today will tend to wear a suit like clothes to blend in with the men. In a way, these clothes are not sexy. They eliminate the woman element that clothes are supposed to show. In such an instance, women cannot be full feminists in politics (Wood, 2010).
[...] It has been many years since the movement was founded but since then, the world has changed. Time has come that the feminists should turn back in women they were created to be. References Hooks, B. (2000). Feminism is for everybody: Passionate politics. London, : Pluto Press. Wood, J. (2010). Gendered lives: Communication, gender and culture : Cengage Learning. [...]
[...] There are some natural aspects of a woman that makes it impossible to be politically engaged feminist. One is being a mother. It is one thing that requires a woman to disregard some aspects of feminism and become an ordinary woman. It will be hard to compete up with men in political matters when a woman is pregnant. There will not be equality in all aspects of life, and feminist women will not make good mothers or wives (Wood, 2010). [...]
[...] To what extent do you think it is possible for women to be both politically engaged feminists? To What Extent Do You Think It Is Possible for Women to be Both Politically Engaged Feminists Women are known to multitask perfectly and to handle more than one chore has never been a problem. However, as much as women want equality with men in all areas including the political field, they are not supposed to forget about what entails to be female. [...]
[...] However, the feminist women involved in politics hardly have time to have sex or even worse; they do not have sex partners. It is not possible for women to be both politically engaged feminists and stay sexy if they do not engage in responsible sexual activities (Hooks, 2000). In conclusion, not all men are bad, and not all women are good. Feminism will not bring equality if a woman is going to forget the important aspects that characterize as feminine. Some of the doctrines spread by feminism do not empower women instead it weakens them. [...]
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