A Feminist’s Perspective


Ten minutes ago, whilst brewing my second cup of coffee of the day, and eating my second avocado half of the day, I pondered my aspirations in life. Journalism. New York. Confident. How am I supposed to get there? Through working. Through putting in the effort. Therefore, I wound up here, and with a strong urge to discuss one of the most controversial topics in our generation: feminism.

The first branch I’d like to discuss is stereotypes. Some people seem to think that when a girl or a woman decides to become a feminist, there’s a rulebook that’s handed out to them, stating that they should hate men, that they’re forbidden to shave their legs, that getting a boyfriend should be considered a sin to them. If you google the definition of feminism, the result you receive the result: “the advocacy of women’s rights on the ground of

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