Equality: The state of being equal, in status, opportunities, and rights.
Reignite: Once suffrage,the women's right feel into decline and remained silent till the 1950s - 1960s.
Sexuality:A cause that is directly to one sex or to the other.
Pro-life: Against the practices of Abortion and of it's legality.
Discrimination: Judging at a certain group on the basis instead of an individual group qualities, and those who hold a prejudice.
Empowerment:Provide groups to obtain full privilege in society and discrimination. Implies self-confidence, self-skilled, and achieving one goal.
"Women deserve to occupy w(ALL) streets without fear."
What is Feminism?
The idea of Feminism is a woman who believes in Women’s Right for equality. Not only Women believes this, Men’s also join or believe in this idea. Feminist are struggling with many problems like, jobs, sexism, and the Abortion rights (Pro-life). Feminism started since 1848 up until now, this idea has been going on but Women’s still don’t believe they have necessary rights. Lisa Regna, who is model to heal feminism says that “the freedom of women of rights to vote and have a say in everything.” Feminism tends not to attract anyone unless protested. The positive motivations usually does not stand out but instead the negative side. Only very low paid work was available to Women and in most states they couldn’t control their wages, if married. From the Women’s March a Feminist named Grace Hong who is a professor of an Asian American and Gender Studies at the UCLA says that, white women didn’t have consider any interest because historically ‘Woman’ basically meant White Women.” As for decades, protesting is shown only to white women, but when a colored women protests there’s not so much attention to the colored people.
How is Meninism different from Feminism?
Meninism is not an actual movement. It was made to make to joke to Feminism to create another version of it. Meninism is not used to fight for rights but instead misunderstandings against Mens. For example “Don’t be that guy!” explaining that guys are most likely accused of being a rapist. Feminism are fighting for actual Woman's right like abortion rights, women’s suffrage, equal pay/ equal rights (Equality), education Rights, sexual Assaults, gender roles, and Empowerment. A supporter named Frederica Mathewes-Green from the Women’s March explains “anti-war, mother-earth, feminist, hippie-college student.” She also said “Men's usually misunderstood the meaning of Feminism. Feminism does not refer to hatred of Mens.” This was shown in an article called the National Review. Ellen O’Malley a former of the CEO of the Dublin Rape Crisis and a professor law points out that “they are limits on how many billionaires on facebook is discussing about feminism.” Many top classes are now joining this program bringing more attention through facebook. On how Men's are "always" criticized of being a rapist then Women's.
Why does Women believe in legalizing Abortions?
57% people believes the Abortions should be illegal. Women’s believe in legalizing the Abortion Rights because of some experienced Women were put through that experience. Kristen Day, an executive director of Democrats for Life of America, echoed this sentiment “Increasing access to maternity leave – particularly for low-income women who work outside corporate settings where such benefits are more readily available – would likewise decrease abortions.” Abortions are becoming more recognized than before. The executive editor of the Life Matters Journal, C.J. Williams, said that Trump’s election “Was nothing much more positive than the opposite,” adding, “Neither candidate had a consistent life message. Clinton was pro-abortion and pro-war. Trump is clearly sexist, anti-immigrant, and has no heart for the poor.” As Clinton lost the election, Trump has taken over what Feminist believed in. Many poor people can not afford their child which leads to Pro-life or when the Father decides not to keep the child.
"When you Destroy the child, it Destroy the source of God"
Are famous leaders paying attention to this campaign?
Actually many leaders are paying attention to this campaign. Including Billionaires, Celebrities, and even Barack Obama. Barack Obama created a speech saying that “Now, the most important people in my life have always been women. I was raised by a single mom, who spent much of her career working to empower women in developing countries. I watched as my grandmother, who helped raise me, worked her way up at a bank only to hit a glass ceiling. I’ve seen how Michelle has balanced the demands of a busy career and raising a family. Like many working mothers, she worried about the expectations and judgments of how she should handle the trade-offs, knowing that few people would question my choices.” He has been through on how a Woman's life is actually like. Barack Obama called his speech the “HeforShe.” Another famous leader to decides to help Feminism is Emma Watson. Emma Watson was starred in a book and movie called “Harry Potter.” As she was starred in that movie she brought attention to Feminism and spoke “I am from Britain and think it is right that as a woman I am paid the same as my male counterparts. I think it is right that I should be able to make decisions about my own body. I think it is right that women be involved on my behalf in the policies and decision-making of my country. I think it is right that socially I am afforded the same respect as men. But sadly I can say that there is no one country in the world where all women can expect to receive these rights.” More and more people respected her as she said this. Other celebrities decides to join and say what they need to commit.
How many people are in this campaign?
Approximately, 82% believes that men and women should have the same equal rights but only 20% considers themselves as Feminist. Kelly Conway who is one of the women’s who is the first women in history to run a successful presidential campaign says that “I consider myself a member of the pro-life rank-and-file. Just one of the tens of millions of Americans who fear the cavalier way innocent human life is treated today.” Memo to the Women’s March: Countless woman of my generation are proud to say, “I’m with her.” She is to become the first Women who will speak in the White House for the March For Life. Mary Winter, who founded Women Concerned for the Unborn Child in 1970, proclaiming abortion "the ultimate violation of woman." "The anti-life mentality is so foreign to the feminine mentality which, I believe, is biologically, instinctively geared toward the protection and nurturing of the young and the helpless," Winter is quoted in Daniel K. Williams' Defenders of the Unborn, a history of pro-life activism before Roe v.Wade. Mary Winter believes that having an Abortion ruins the part of nature and should not be a part of a choice.
This women has had an abortion written on her apron. Her sign says "Keep Abortion Safe, Legal, & Accessible!"