Friday, December 7, 2018

Feminism in America

What is feminism?  It is a movement that alleges for equality; specifically, it is an ideology that supposedly seeks political, economic, personal, and social equality of the sexes. 

How do you do that (assuming that it is not yet complete but is making progress, plans long underway); how do create equality when even two persons of the same gender are not purely equal and, regardless, will not be treated equality by others, public or private?   In short, can equality be achieved when it has never existed before in both the natural and supernatural?     

For women to potentially achieve egalitarianism, must they want to be men, like men or more. Does feminism want to be precisely like men and thus be equal (presuming that feminism holds masculinity as ideal)?  No, that is not what feminism seeks--to be as men--but finally, it seeks to exalt and extend the superiority of women to an entitled position of power, the end result, superiority.  Perhaps if women were superior, then the future would better for us all; after all, feminism presumes that women are not men, but better.       

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