Feminism Is The Belief Of Political, Economic And Social Equality Of The Sexes

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Feminism by: Laura Capellán
Feminism is the belief in political, economic and social equality of the sexes and is one of the leading conflicts in today 's society. In the past years, women had faced many battles to fight and give these rights to women who have been deprived of their rights and privileges that were never given to them by men. I believe that every person is entitled to have equal opportunities in this world. Feminism has proven to slowly accomplishing this. Even if it meant hurting the people that you love. The Victorian-Era came change. This caused conflicts between right and wrong for a women during this time. Feminism took a huge role in the roaring twenties that no one saw coming.
For example a “new woman was born” , which I believe is huge part of the feminists movements, instigating many changes to the societies to come. Starting a different stereotype for women. Before the twenties, the typical women would be what people consider today to be “stay at home mom”. The women would stay home while the men worked; that meant cleaning, cooking, taking care of the kids, and doing whatever is necessary to please the standards of their husbands. Many women had carry the expectations that were held by their mothers. I disagree with the “typical women” during this time because I believe that a women should be independent without being tied down by a man.
Another example, women started to make changes for the better. Believing that they could

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