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Honour Killings; a Feminist Perspective
Transcript of Honour Killings; a Feminist Perspective
a Feminist Perspective
Real Life Radical Feminist (Examples)
Emma Watson speaks from a traditional feminist perspective before the United Nations on September 20th, 2014, emphasizing that men and women should be treated equally in order to put an end to gender inequality.
explains ways women are
oppressed because of capitalism
looked at as property
men can pay of their crimes to bring back honour
Women's rights based on political, social, and economic equality to men.
Killing a relative who dishonours the family.
Investigates the role of transsexualism in society
Transsexualism is based on the "patriarchal myths" of "male mothering," and "making of woman according to man's image."
"to colonize feminist identification, culture, politics and sexuality,"
"All transsexuals rape women's bodies by reducing the real female form to an artifact, appropriating this body for themselves .... Transsexuals merely cut off the most obvious means of invading women, so that they seem non-invasive."
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30 Sept. 2014.
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By Pravieena, Nausheen, Zambrine and Pawandeep
Marxist Feminism refers to a particular feminist theory focusing on the ways in which women are oppressed through capitalist economic practices and the system of private property
Women are exploited in the home and in the workplace because most of their labor is uncompensated
To create equality must eliminate the idea of gender
Oppression has no boundaries (race, culture, etc.)
Men = Women
Equal pay and employment opportunities, voting etc.
Men and women should be given an equal form of punishment