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‘Feminism’ is a wrong perspective in the modern sense…..

Updated: Dec 3, 2021

Why feminism or masculine-ism is a wrong perspective in the modern sense?? Feminism, in the sense; the doctrine advocating social, political, and all other rights of women equal to those of men. Alternatively, Women Rights Moment. Although, Feminism basically represents ‘the equality of women.’ now-a-days, it’s more of free will and freedom to commit crimes against men by women. It’s irony that our society doesn’t believe men gets raped too. Recently, a boy in Sweden got raped by radicals, which resulted in riots. A friend of mine told me that gays tried to molest him. This doesn’t mean we support crimes done by men or any human. Crimes committed by women against men rarely gets justice.

Society blindly believes ‘Mard ko dard nahi hoga’(Men will never experience pain). Such radical notions are a huge threat to ‘Humanity’. Recently, we heard about the death of Bollywood Actor Sushant Singh Rajputh. We also know heard about Rhea Chakraborthy & drug mafia going on India. Despite this, we blindly believe in various social stigmas. All these incidents remind us of a huge threat to humanity. So, Feminism or Masculine-ism is all biased, and often misused to get undue benefits. Can we use ‘Gender equality’ instead of biased above mentioned terms??

History of Feminism:

The 19th and early 20th century feminist activity in the English-speaking world that sought to win woman's suffrage, female education rights, better working conditions, and abolition of gender double standards is known as first-wave feminism. The term "first-wave" was coined retrospectively when the term second-wave feminism was used to describe a newer feminist moveme