Pros And Cons Of Liberal Feminism

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Liberal feminism believes that women’s inequality is due to lack of equal opportunity. They focus on gaining equality in the public sphere and changing the systems of inequality (Feminism, 2001). In the 19th and 20th centuries, liberal feminists focused completely on rights. Those rights, were thought to be the only means for women to have full freedom. When demands for certain rights were gained, such as the 19th Amendment, liberal feminism began to dissolve. It was later revived in the 1960s, with the establishment of women 's rights groups (Liberal Feminism, 2017). The liberal feminist movement has been criticized by many. For example, they have been accused of helping, mainly, middle-class, white women. Despite the criticism, it is thanks
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