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  1. Emily
    January 15, 2019

    I find it interesting how throughout the article, the author writes that feminism is the advocacy of female AND male rights, however, in the table at the end, the only distinction between feminism and equal rights is that feminism is exclusively for females. Just a bit confusing to me, as a reader.

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    • Chege
      February 15, 2019

      Emily, what I understood is, most of the so-called feminists only push for the rights of women while the real meaning of the word feminism should be “calling for the equality/rights of both genders.”

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  2. Elorm Ama Stiles-Ocran
    October 4, 2019

    Thanks for this article. I understand that feminist theories are more biased towards women’s issues while gender theories fight for both sexes; men and women alike.

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  3. Yathish
    April 25, 2020

    Funny feminism is similar to male chavlaion society my owns 20 million inr but my father own only 8 million but every was earned by him

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  4. Anonymous
    October 14, 2020

    This article did not help me to clarify the differences between feminism and gender equality. This is because it offers various descriptions for the two that are contradictory. For example, throughout the article it is said multiple times that feminism equally advocates for both women’s and men’s rights, and in other parts that feminism advocates primarily or only for women’s rights. This article is unreliable information.

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  5. Favout
    November 9, 2020

    I think this is flawed.

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