Feminism and extremism in achieving the goalIntroductionOften on our way to achieving lofty goals we err in away to achieve this goal.
Because of our misunderstanding of the basic purposeof the goal we need to be achieving.For example, feminism and how it lofty goal switch toconflict with mans although the feminism its way to equal society and topreserving of the society and stability societyWhich has not been achieved because of the wrong wayto achieve the goal and also extremism in achieving the goal .that what I willargue in my essayEssayAt first, I try to define the feminist movements andfeminism goal,Feminism is a range of political movements,ideologies, and social movements that share a common goal: to define, establishand achieve political, economic, personal, and social equality of sexes. Thisincludes seeking to establish educational and professional opportunities forwomen that are equal to those for men.With the rise of women’s movements in the world andthe emergence of their activities, questions arise in the minds of the massesabout what these movements and ideas are based on, and the meaning of theclaims they make. Feminism is perhaps one of the movements that needclarification and interpretation because it is often misunderstood, whichaffects the fulfillment of its demands.
The following are the most frequentlyasked questions that we have monitored following the discussions of users ofsocial networking sites in conjunction with the feminist movement in theregion. The most important is the Saudi women’s movement and the need tointroduce some concepts, ideas, and details. Feminism is a term used forphilosophical theory and thought that opposes discrimination on the basis ofsex. It calls for the cessation of violence against women and their liberationfrom persecution in all its forms. It calls for economic, political and socialequality. Feminism permeates all aspects of life in which a female may bediscriminated against for male, even linguistic, male domination and artificialsuperiority. The French philosopher and sociologist Pierre Bourdieu stressesthat “this control has been embedded in the collective unconscious ofmankind for centuries and has become an invisible and imperceptible element inthe relations between men and women, and this unconsciousness must, therefore,be taken away and transformed into a consciousness that rewrites history.
Feminism is divided into several schools of thought, including liberalism,radicalism, socialism, lesbianism and postmodern feminism, all of which differin their interpretations and analysis tools, but usually agree on the mainpoints; The fact that feminism is “philosophical” puts it in therational, not emotional, and therefore not the issue of love and hate is thefocus of feminist thought, but this question can be the result of following thescenes of anger and indignation among some women or feminists who express theirfeelings of rejection of male power cruel, Which in turn may draw in mind theidea of their hatred of men, and this is not true. Feminism is based on theidea of promoting equality with the opposite sex, not rejecting it, and freeingitself from male and patriarchal restrictions, not from men. Feminism does notobject to men being an ally in rejecting these restrictions. The man is not anenemy of femininity, but masculinity is her enemy. It may be recalled that theFrench philosopher Simone de Beauvoir, one of the most important views offeminist philosophy, was associated with the French philosopher Jean-PaulSartre, without stopping her from being a feminist thinker , And EmmelinePankhurst, the leader of Britain’s Political Equality Movement, married lawyerRichard Bancrest and co-sponsored claims and rallies. Some say that a man canbe a feminist if he wishes; he believes in equality and the promotion andpromotion of discrimination on the basis of sex in all its forms. However,another view is that a man can be supportive of women’s rights, not forgetting;because he can’t understand what she is going through and suffering.
TheEnglish philosopher John Stuart Mill, for example, was one of the firstadvocates of women’s political rights and equality with men and had animportant influence on the nineteenth-century feminist movement.”Are you female? Do you hate men? Are you alwaysupset about society, customs and perhaps religions? So you must want to joinfeminism ..
. “This is often the most common idea of women’s movement, aswomen who take all their rights but still resent everything, for a littlereason, but the fanaticism of the female element exclusively. But is this true?Or are we going with the current just because we are too weak to face it? Thefeminist movement has not always been the same, and historically it has beendivided into three waves: The first wave, which appeared in the 19th century inthe United Kingdom, and the United States of America mainly, and continueduntil the beginning of the twentieth century, was characterized in some periodsas radical and natural in light of the arbitrariness faced by the female at thetime, and was focused at that stage on The right of women to vote, and theelimination of the domination or “possession” of the husband for hiswife and children. The movement achieved during this wave in Britain is theacquisition of women owners of homes and those over the age of thirty years theright to vote in 1918, and expanded this right in 1928 to include all women Whoare over age Twenty wherever decides to hold a referendum. In the UnitedStates, women won the right to vote in 1919. As this wave became political inthe first place, with the development of women’s goals for more aspects ofpolitics, this wave ended, women’s aspirations expanded, and their methods andideas became more civilized and rational in the 20th century, and with it thesecond wave in the history of the movement began, which lasted from the earlysixties until the end of the 1980s Of the same century. This wave has taken ona more urbanized and less radical form than its predecessor, but more racist asdirected exclusively at white women.
It also focused on different aspects oflife in addition to the political aspect. Social, economic and political. Asfor the beginning of the nineties, the third wave of feminism, which opposedthe second wave in some of its tracks, especially the ethnic ones, emerged asthe feminists of the second wave. The third wave took into consideration theracial discrimination. The black-skinned feminists appeared to demand fairequality and call for their rights. Which was expressed by this wave well,adding to the demands of waves first and second demands more modern andexpansion and in all directions, such as the right of abortion and fullequality of rights and duties, and the right of women to complete independenceand freedom, Yeh and political right to hold senior positions in the state,hence it should be noted that this wave is still continuing in the present age,although some believe the existence of a fourth wave of more advanced andambitious in developed countries. Women’s waves show that our need for feminismin our time differs from the need for feminism in previous times, but we stillneed it in the face of the modern challenges that arise every day inconfronting the female towards independence, excellence and free choice.
Womenstand today in the face of issues that we have not been able to get rid of yet,the most important of which is female genital mutilation and reduction, andprevent them from achieving their ambitions and goals, and beating, andphysically and psychologically abusive, and the marriage of minors, and deprivethe female of the choice of the husband and prostrate sexually throughadvertisements and serials and means of communication, In some countries towear the hijab or niqab and in some others to prevent them from wearing them,harassment and physical and verbal rape, which also overtook the streets andbecame a place in the virtual world alike, in addition to all legislation andlaws unjust to women, Araba. Walktar also much anguish. The feminism todayadvocates blacks, whites, homosexuals, people with special needs, and even theenvironment and other global human issues in general. . It is nice to say thatfeminism includes male elements as well. There are many women men who, in turn,are marginalized and ridiculed if they stand up to the rights of women,especially in our Arab societies, which are labeled as non-men and the like.Women’s men are also part of the community system And repression, so it is alsoa witness to what the female suffers.
But yes, most women are women, of course,because the female is first and finally the biggest loser. As for feminism, itis completely contrary to the truth. Feminists hate racists and masculines ofboth sexes, hate the enemies of equality and women’s rights of any sex, andstand against them all. Feminism is an organized movement that does not hate aparticular gender or fanaticism.
It stands in the face of injustice, racism,repression, and supremacy wherever it is resolved and from anyone issued. It isa natural product of all that the female has suffered through the ages ofmarginalization, domination, enslavement, and sadism Conclusionthis conflict resulted in the emergence of other sidemeans( Men’s rights movement )facing and defending men’s it push to increasecommunity conflict, The situation became like a cold warit appeared clearly in the social media and movies andsongs that call against men Ex, Dua Lipa( new rules ), Dolls (i don’t need a man) …
.EtcThe basic purpose of feminism is community stabilityThis is achieved by not being biased towards sex onanother It could be aman who is hugely caller for Women’s rightsA woman could be the biggest violator of women’srightsThe man for the woman is husband, son, and father, notan enemy, the woman is wife, mother, and daughter, and not the enemy, but thereal enemy is who makes and push the hatred between pillars society. Bibliographyhttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/thinking-man/10831043/Modern-feminism-has-got-it-wrong-about-men.html