Monthly Archives: March 2014

Feminism

Feminism is something that most women are these days. I am a female to and I support feminist. In this world they treat women unfairly. For example, we only get a couple of cents per dollar when the men are making the full dollar. Why? Is it because we seem weak it something? That’s not right. Women and men should have an equal amount of pay. Another example, the jobs. OH GOODNESS GRACIOUS! Many people and employer thinks that we are unsuited for most jobs. They think that we can do work that gets us dirty. That’s not true. Everyone out there is trying to make a living and denying us jobs……well you get the point. I hear the statement all the time that women have all the jobs. That’s a false statement. In reality, all the men have the jobs. This economy needs to change so that everyone has equal rights no matter if you are white, black, male, or female. Someone has to stand up and make a difference.

Claire Lehmann

“Pop-feminism,” as a movement, valorises feelings above reason, cynicism above hope. It has regressed to a point where anything at all, no matter how irrational or how narcissistic, can be celebrated as ‘feminist’.

Articles such as: I Look Down On Young Women With Husbands And Kids And I’m Not Sorryor How Accepting Leggings as Pants Made Me a Better Feminist are shared wide and far on social media as feminist political statements.

Anyone can identify as a “feminist”. Even men who openly admit to domestic violence, such as Hugo Schwyzer. There are no boundaries, no benchmarks and no standards to which feminism will hold itself accountable.

It was not meant to be like this. In 1792, Mary Wollstonecraft publishedThe Vindication of the Rights of Women. Her basic hypothesis was that women are capable of reason; just as men are. Yet because women are denied a…

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The Social Media Influences

Did you know that the media is changing the course of how people think about each other? Maybe you already knew. The younger the person is, the more chances for that person to be judgmental. Adolescents spend most of their time in front of the computer or the television. The media shows what they think people should look like. They put the ideas that if you are not skinny or have long hair and clear skin you are ugly. That’s not true. Someone needs to change that. That drives people into obsession about how they look, how they want to be perceived, and what they should wear. They should be their own self and not be someone that their not.

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