This is concise and challenging and quite brilliant.
Written by Jessica Eaton
04 August 2018
We need to stop saying that women want to be equal to men – or that we are striving for women to be seen as the ‘same as men in society’.
After many a frustrating conversation with people who have somehow managed to mix up egalitarianism, equalism and feminism, this blog feels timely.
There’s only so many times we should have to explain that feminism is NOT a movement to make women equal to men. Feminism undoubtedly means different things to different people, but can we stop watering it down now? The dumbing down of feminism has gone too far in the third wave. I have heard feminism defined as everything from ‘the belief that all people are equal’ to ‘feminists believe that women should be the same as men in society.’ What? Nah.
Feminism is not ‘for the equality of all people’…
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