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Chan Cha

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                                          Womens Rights

      The term women's rights refers to the puta+tive freedoms and entitlements of women and girls of all ages. Feminism   on the other hand refers to political, cultural, and economic movements seeking greater, equal, or, among a minority, superior rights and participation in society for women and girls. These rights and means of participation include legal protection and inclusion in politics, business, and scholarship, and recognition and building of women's cultures and power. Its concepts overlap with those of women's rights. Feminism is controversial for challenging traditions in many fields and especially for supporting shifting the political balance toward women. Some feminists argue that men cause and benefit from sexism; while others argue that all people are harmed by gender roles and therefore that feminism is for women and men. Feminists are persons of either sex, or   females only   in which case males may be profeminists   who believe in feminism.In this essay i will approach various issues from a feminist point of view and look on those achievements   and   initiatives revolvimg around women’s rights.

        The evolution of feminism started with the   First-wave feminism which   sought equality in property rights, changes in the marriage relationship, and, eventually, in women's sufferage, or women's right to vote. Second-wave feminism, also sometimes called women's liberation, began in the 1960s and focused on discrimination and on cultural, social, and political issues. It was often accused of orienting to upper middle-class white women and, sometimes, of biological essentialism. Third-wave feminism began in the 1980s or early 1990s and addresses feminism across class and race lines, as being grounded in culture rather than biology, and through many issues, so there's less concentration on particular issues.When most   women started   standing up...