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Feminist Theory

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Julieanna Scott

on 11 May 2015

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Transcript of Feminist Theory

Flower Power
The Faces of Talent
Disliked by society
Theory Update
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Feminism: The movement sweeping for world for individual equality. Not just women, not just LGBT, not just flower children. The purpose behind this theory is to celebrate the individuality and special skill sets of eacch and every human being.
With all of the revolutionary concepts and movements occurring in the 1960s, ladies of this particular decade did not forget to focus on gender equality opportunities. This movement coined the term
feminism
. From that day forward, feminism
theory had but one focus; the uniform treatment of all individuals, no matter their sex.
Career-based theory
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Feminism Survey: Men on the Street!
In every group, it is vital to recognize each unique trait including...
True Meaning
A common misconception about feminism is the
fact it's solely a women-focused cause. In reality,
that's just a tip of the iceberg! Feminism truly
encompasses characteristics of every human being on the face of the earth. Feminism is the the theory and cause of acceptance, respect, and appreciation.
Mary Wollstonecraft
This late 18th century belle was the forefront of feminist ideology. Her forward thinking and riveting
works of literature paved the path for future
feminists such as Susan B. Anthony and
Nancy Cott.
Celebrate
Creative Cuties!
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Julieanna Scott
Empowerment
Acceptance
Individuality
Building upon other's skills
Fun, regardless of abilities!
Feminism Theory
Look at the participants accepting one another and putting their unique skills to the test! Aren't they cute? :)
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