Patriarchy And Feminism

Throwing a radical overhaul on the framed aspect of Patriarchy and Feminism, we understand Patriarchy as the dominance of male power exclusively over women. On the other hand Feminism is a political crusade focusing on the equality of the woman 's clan and not ‘superiority’. The concept of Patriarchy bee 's existence with women having to be in the picture without which the very idea of talking about either would be despicable. Succinctly redefining, Patriarchy should not and cannot be limited to the feminist understanding otherwise it would mean prejudicing the thrust, which is not the positioned ideology. Ascendancy positions the bill for patriarchy. Women are designed as to being a splinter group in the midst of a commanding society, and …show more content…
Be it your workplace, in parenting or as a matter of fact, in eradication of the counterproductive gender stereotypes. Couples in queer alliances that don’t fit within binary may; rather actually suffer patriarchy. Patriarchy is very much alive and ticking and just hurts the women, gender more than ever. As correctly said by Goldman, “women need to emancipate themselves from emancipation”. Feminism when read is both refreshing and disturbing because just when you think women are wholly accepted, there pops up glitches in the thinking of many. Should you have to understand, the bottom line of patriarchy as the overpowering dominance of man and the oppression of women? Oppression should be challenged and fought for. “She postulates that (2) education formalizes patriarchy”. Men are subjected to gender biases that also lead to some systemic snags. It would be wrong to say with this attestation patriarchy has departed to its heavenly abode. The only way this gender gap can be embedded is to solve the phantom of Patriarchy and not profess as if it never existed. It’s high time; the certain strata that refuse to accept that women should be treated equally have to sterilize their thoughts to a wider stance. Having spoken about Patriarchy, one would think to complement it; Matriarchy exists and has a role to play. Matriarchy is what one calls as mother’s rule or where the eldest female member has …show more content…
But, ever since women decided to take the world on their own term hassles grew in manifolds. Interjecting on the strands of the “Parsi Law of Inheritance”, one exactly reads where a woman stands. Driving into a profound study of the Parsi Law, it advertises; that a non- Parsi woman who is either a wife of a widow of a Parsi man cannot inherit. What kind of probity does the ‘Parsi Law of Inheritance’ speak? Much to say, Feminists have been never against ‘Man’, they are just anti to the idea concerned with patriarchy. Neither do they hanker after Matriarchy, they just want ‘Equity’, which is in manifest the birthright of every individual and would it be pretty unfair if one’s right is denied. There are so many laws rather customary practices which advocate that women have always been on the lower pedestal of life and that they are incapacitated to do much to stand up for themselves. Why is it that a woman ought to depend on a man for everything? Can it not be understood that, Women are not as weak as how it is conjectured by society as a

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