Feminism Defined From Egalitarianism and Humanism

feminist_pride_symbol_decal“The movement was given the name ‘feminism’ because it focuses on the gender inequality issues that impact women.  Just like any other civil rights category, feminism is a term used to show that one supports women’s equality and wants to address the serious amount of gender discrepancies they face daily. It does not take away from other civil rights matters.”

Read more the differences between Feminism, Humanism and Egalitarianism here.

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