Feminism: The Most Misunderstood Word in the World
Feminism The most Misunderstood Word in the world

Feminism: The Most Misunderstood Word in the World

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Arushi Seth

Arushi Seth

I am a content writer by profession and a blogger by passion. Though a MBA by qualification, my most important learning come from my role of a wife and a mother. Motherhood is my new found love and I am enjoying every bit of it.

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  • Surbhi Prapanna

    I completely agree with you and it’s unfortunate that most people misunderstood the concept of “feminism”.. you had explained it so well in this post and I agree it should get start from our home. #Alexanonstop

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  • Debidutta Mohanty

    Loved your post as truly “Feminism” is the most misunderstood word. People take it in more negative sense than positive. You have beautifully explained it . We mothers have to raise both boys and girls as equal individuals.

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      That’s the job for all mothers but sadly, still many women in the country have the male child syndrome. I hope we will be able to bring about change for the next generation. Thanks for reading and liking the post. 🙂

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  • Narinder Bhatia

    Hi Arushi, I really liked the way you approached the sensitive and emotional subject of feminism. I completely agree that we need to perceive it much beyond the stereotypical way of anti-men. Feminism is about equality and that’s what will result in enhancing the quality of life

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Glad you like the post. True, it is about equality and that is what people need to understand. Thanks for reading.

      Reply

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