Yes; women have a bigger voice and more freedom than they have had in 10,000 years. And a handful on the internet are ruining it for all of them.
Your not very specific in what you mean here,Mumbi Mwangi. Half the world's population are female. Why, it may have slipped by your notice, but your own mother was female. Do you think any issues she might have had are 'overdone?'
From what I've learned throughout my long life, it is clear that in most countries of the world women do not get treated fairly in comparison with men. Even in the so-called 'Advanced' and 'Western' nations there is still what I would term 'injustices,' as to remuneration, for example, of men and women doing exactly the same work.
I could go on and list an encyclopedia of the disadvantages women encounter compared with men, but I'n sure this question of yours will draw many, many answers from women themselves.
Come to think of it, I rather suspect your question was couched this way simply to get a bevy of answers.
Feminism has gone from women's equality to superiority of women.
You see this in schools teaching children that boys are defective girls, toxic masculinity, all men are sexist (inherently bad) in implicit bias training but fail to see the explicit bias in that statement.
Feminism is also outright discriminating against men. More than half of college students are women in the West, with even greater ratios at the upper degree programs and elite schools because they get preference for scholarships and program admissions.
Another variation of this is the bias against men at all levels when sexual harassment and rape allegations are made.
Feminists demand and often get men fired on the mere allegation - not even proof of the allegations. It is like saying I want someone I don't like fired because I accused them of X, their actual guilt is irrelevant. In fact, feminists are saying it is immoral to give the man due process to know the accusations and defend himself ... whether kicking him out of college because an ex-girlfriend says six months later the consensual sex was rape or a man accused of inappropriate comments by a woman without discussion that this is retaliation for a bad performance review or after she has been accused of theft.
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