Liberal Feminism?

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Liberal feminism refers to the use of political and legal reform to gain equal rights for women. It is a form of feminism and theory, which focuses on women’s ability to show and maintain their equality through their own actions and choices.
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Liberal feminism is a term used to assert gender equality through legal and political reforms. This concept looks at personal interactions between men and women as the basis of transforming the society into a more gender equitable place.
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Basically, Feminism is a movement that promotes equality between people. Specifically, Feminism began during the suffragette movement where women actively pursued and eventually achieved
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The first wave of U.S. feminism debuted with Elizabeth Cady Stanton's 1848 Seneca Falls Convention address, which promoted voting rights for women. Stanton claimed that women were
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There is no liberal feminism or conservative feminism. There is simply feminism, and that exists to have both genders treated equally.
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