Student Loobeek: Feminist Analysis

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Student, Loobeek, sets out to discover the different waves of feminism and determines which one is most pertinent to The Hunger Games movie trilogy. Loobeek states that there are three waves of feminism, the first, second, and third. The author states that the first-wave concerns women obtaining equal rights, as men have. The second-wave focuses on female-only rights, like abortion and objectification of the female body. The third-wave is inclusive to women of all religions, ethnicities, and sexual orientations, and it focuses on the woman’s sexuality and her right to display it. Loobeek then takes to a feminist analysis of The Hunger Games. The author states that Katniss Everdeen’s, the protagonist in The Hunger Games, strongest example of
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