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Final Composition-Feminism Women have a disease a disease that will prevent them from ever achieving political social or economic greatness This disease is the need for independancy and self-respect or the lack there of This is what we have come to know as feminism Understand that the need for independany and self-respect isnt a real disease I just used disease as a metaphor for how women go about trying to achieve them For nearly one hundred and fifty years women have fought for equality and been oppressed by men and no matter what they do they will never be considered equals The preceding was what feminists and historians want us to believe however this is not always the case and quite possibly it has never been the case This is the purpose of my essay to prove that society has changed for womenwomen have not changed for society And that this feminism thing is a load of crap Women of today have not fought for anything they have simply protested their demands and expected society to cater to them This will continue to be true for as long as society takes sympathy upon women and their needs For some reason feminism became an international phenomenon Women everywhere wanted to be independent they were usually offended if a man tried to help them do something Soon after this international phenomenon swept the world a new type of feminism called pop- feminism came to be Now understand that the only difference between the former and the latter is that feminism is just thatfeminism Feminism is the belief that women should be equal and deserve the same respect as everyone else And to tell you the truth I dont have a problem with that I have a problem with pop-feminism Pop-feminism is simply anti-male hype and it is a joke No pop-feminist should be taken seriously Do not get me wrong or anything but
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