Feminism: A True Revolution Or Just An Excuse For Nudity?


Feminism is defined in Oxford Learners’ Dictionary as the belief and aim that women should have the same rights and opportunities as men, and in Merriam Webster as the belief in and advocacy of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes expressed especially through organized activity on behalf of women’s rights and interests. A word that appeared first in France and the Netherland around 1872 and went across Britain, the US, Sweden, and so many other countries around the world.


At first, the movement addressed the right for women to have a proper education then escalated to their right to be equally paid and treated like men; today it celebrates the slogan ” you are free to do whatever you like with your body “ which led the way to nudity where it is clear that most feminist, if not all, of the modern world, are focused on exposing their bodies in every occasion possible to prove that they are their sole decision-makers.


“Nude” is the era’s most celebrated “dress” theme which made the whole feminism movement divert from its original goal and focus on women using their bodies as an entity through social media for more views, subscribers, and followers hence more money in their pockets, making themselves subject to women objectification.


We see women fight for the right to be treated as a man yet wonder why a man won’t leave her his seat in the metro, she walks, speaks, now dresses just like a man then acts confused on why isn’t anyone acting like a gentleman anymore, as she wonders why men keep looking at her unclothed body while she means spreading peace and love through nudity.


Feminism used to be about mind liberation and being perceived as a valuable intellectual now it is about being perceived as a carved body regardless of the brain, which makes it senseless yet continues fooling young minds with its shallowness and abnormality.


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