What does the future hold for Feminism in this day and age?

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  1. limpet profile image60
    limpetposted 3 years ago

    What does the future hold for Feminism in this day and age?

    Women at some stage who are for or against it do have to come in contact with Feminism!

  2. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 3 years ago

    No one can predict the future.
    However I suspect we will continue to see a mixture of advances of women in higher paying careers and more powerful positions.
    Already the CEOs of (General Motors, Xerox, IBM, Oracle, Hewlett Packard are women). At this time a woman is favored to win the U.S. presidential election.
    During the 70s Equal Rights Amendment movement no one could have predicted the world of opportunities women have today.
    "Sexual harassment" lawsuits in the workplace were unheard of.
    I think there will continue to be battles on social and personal issues such as abortion rights. Some women will continue to prefer traditional courtship methods and resent other women who pursue sexual behavior equality with men.
    This battle will remain more or less within the gender.
    One of the reasons the "double standard" remains is because many women insist upon {putting down other women} for dressing provocatively or engaging in casual sex. They don't want these women to be accepted by society as being normal.
    Therefore they are invested in keeping the stigma alive. If however women ever become like men where they "stick together" and don't put each other down they will become equal to men in this area.
    People often say "society" says it's (okay for men) to sleep around.
    However that is not the case. Women hate dating men who sleep around! They call them dogs, no good, jerks, liars, and a litany of other names.
    The biggest difference is (men don't care what women think of them) and their fellow males either admire them for their seductive skills or they don't feel threatened by their behavior and therefore don't see them as being their "enemy". Women battle each other!
    The term Feminism will gradually die out as more and more women succeed in business, the military, and in politics. Abortion rights and social behavior of women will continue to divide traditional and progressive women. Being "equal" versus being "special".

    1. gmwilliams profile image82
      gmwilliamsposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Again, best answer by far.  Mr. Dashing has THE MOST intelligent answers.

    2. dashingscorpio profile image87
      dashingscorpioposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks Grace!
      Have a wonderful weekend!


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