The Feminist Analysis

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The question is whether women can have it all? Women have fought with men for decades for woman’s rights and equality, however the result does not make it better for both genders and the society. Modern women may believe they are equal to men and liberated but this does not mean that it will be the same. The modern days have become more about men’s world than ever and things have not changed. The Feminist revolution that women fought have turn both sexes against each other. According to the article, “Despite the best efforts of philosophers, politicians, historian, novelists, screenwriters, linguists, therapists, anthropologists and facilitators, men and women are still in a muddle in the boardroom, the bedroom and the Situation room.” (Dowd, …show more content…
According to the article, “In the first flush of feminism, women offered to pay half the check with “woman money” as a way to show that these crass calculations that a woman’s worth in society was determined by her looks, that she was an ornament up for sale to the highest bidder-no longer applied.” (Dowd, 2005) Modern women no longer care about using check to assert their equality, but they are now caring about using it to assess their sexuality. Men have helped modern in paying for their expense in exchange for a health relationship and to prove their …show more content…
Magazine has portrayed women not only to be feminist, but represent women to be a whore who needs men. For example, “Instead of the peaceful havens of girl things and boy things, we have a society where women of all ages are striving to become self-actualized sex kittens.” (Dowd, 2005) Magazine has brought a change to modern men and women, where women who have tried to fight such as a feminist has become somethings that they are seeking, for example the behavior that modern women want men to care about their looks or to see their feminist

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