Feminism Essay | Feminism: A Double Edged Sword

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Feminism: A Double Edged Sword

Summary: Explores the issue of feminism. Discusses the challenges of being a working mother vs. staying at home with children. Considers how being a working mother can be a double edged sword.
Cheris Kramarae once said, "Feminism is the radical notion that women are people (3)." In every human society, without exception, leadership is associated with the male and the nurturing of children, with the female (1). So how do those women who raise a family, and work outside the home feel? Its hard deciding whether to go out, raise money and make a name for yourself, or, staying at home and being a mother to your children.

In reality, women everywhere have been trying for decades to gain the whole freedom that they deserve. Freedoms such as getting the same pay as a man for doing the same job or same amount of work. Women have for the past few decades, come to the conclusion that they can go out in the work field and make a name for themselves and become recognized for their achievements and goals...

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