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Examining The Discursive Measures And Ramifications Of Anti-Feminist Discourse In The Context Of Pre

Examining The Discursive Measures And Ramifications Of Anti-Feminist Discourse In The Context Of Present Practices And Feminist Theory

Anshika, Advocate and Graduate from Chanakya National Law University (Bihar, India)


Feminism is a belief in gender equality on all levels, social, political, and economic. The main goal of feminism is to combat structural inequalities. Contrary to popular belief, feminism does not promote sexism against men. Feminism seeks equality, not female superiority. Femin ism is a historically

constituted social and political movement with liberatory goals and normative content. Female sexual liberation; fighting for women's rights and interests; raising " transforming institutional and legal structures; engendering democracy) I (e. " rights, liberty, autonomy, dignity, self-realization, recognition, respect, justice, freedom"). 1 Feminism is a historical movement that seeks to understand and change the world. Feminist movements have long emphasised women's rights. Women have been mistreated for thousands of years in every society, including India. Women have come a long way over centuries, and the fight will continue until misogyny is eradicated.

Keywords: Feminism, Superiority, Misogyny, Victimization, Inequalities, Self-realisation.

Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

Abbreviation: IJLLR

ISSN: 2582-8878


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