Furthermore many of the biological differences don’t exist in the first place (/are the result of socialization), and how “sex” is constructed now basically demands you forget actual biology in favor of a heteronormative and male-centric construction (which we use surgery and the fact that many things aren’t apparent at first glance to reinforce).
As a feminist, I fight for equality for all genders.
But we should realize that we will never be able to achieve true equality, as long as so many people are devalued because of their race.
Feminism can’t ignore racism. Feminists can’t fight for equality without adressing racism.
What is Third Wave Feminism?
Third Wave Feminism refers to the period of feminist activity during the late 20th and early 21st centuries (roughly between 1990-present), again mainly in Western / First World countries. The movement rose as a response to the perceived failures of second wave…