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Feminism is any social, political, and religious movement that fights for equality despite gender and women’s rights?

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Traditional beliefs have put women to be lesser beings and not equal partners in a family setup. Religious beliefs have worsened the situation.

 Men have taken advantage of this to undermine women to the point they are denied key positions not because they are incapable but because they are women.

That has since changed with women empowerment, women rights advocates, and changes in the institutions to accommodate women as equal partners.

 Time has proved the myths wrong since women have outshined their “thought” capabilities to become world leaders and even ventured into male-dominated fields to provide excellent performance.

What is Feminism?

Feminism is any social, political, and religious movement that fights for equality despite gender and women’s rights?

 It is a response to the negative publicity among women in positions in society. It is meant to give equal opportunities for all gender.

Feminism is not about making women stronger. Women are already strong. It's about changing the world perceives that strength.
G.D. Anderson

Importance of Feminism

Promotes gender equality

Feminism outs both men and women to be equal in society such that no one overlooks the other because of gender. Women are given a chance to prove themselves to be up to the task ahead despite their gender.

Prevents violence and sexual violation against women

Feminism ensures women are covered by the laws of land such that in case of any breach or a dispute, it is well factored in accommodated such that you are sure no one goes scot-free for violation of the law.

Integrates tradition in modern aspect

Traditional beliefs made them suit specific occasions, but with modernity, it was seen as an injustice. Feminism didn’t come to rubbish tradition but used modern aspects to define the traditional beliefs for a win-win deal between the two.

Encourages justice through the rule of law

Feminism is a legal kind of advocacy where the rule of law is followed and adhered to. It is a way of using the law to ensure your voice is heard and upholds that you respect the constitutional offices and use them to ensure your voice is heard.

Empowers women to reach their potential

Since there is equal opportunity for all, feminism supports education for all such that no one is left out because of their gender.

Women now strive to reach their potential since there is a chance for career growth in whatever industry.

Men in equal measure have to prove their worth to maintain certain positions now that competition is a notch higher.

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