Women get essentially zero credit for the collaborative work with men. Papers written by women in collaboration with both a male and female co-author yield partial credit. It is only when women write with other women that they are given full credit. These differences are statistically significant.
In what we call family-rated films (G, PG and PG-13), for every one
female speaking character, there are about three male speaking
characters. And get this: The crowd scenes in these movies—live-action and
animated—are made up of only 17 percent female characters. Seventeen
percent? How does that even happen? The only reason I can think of is
that Hollywood writers believe women don’t like to gather.
1. the advocacy of
women’s rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes.
is “equality of the sexes”? gender
the state in which
access to rights or opportunities is unaffected by gender. Feminism
is not the belief that one gender should be raised in power above another. The
very definition of feminism shows a complete opposition to this belief. So when
people comment against feminism, they are supporting sexism. There is no
sitting on the fence. You are either a feminist or sexist. Unfortunately, most
sexists don’t know they are sexist, and compose the majority of the population.
They are unaware that sexism is something that has been forced on to them
through the brainwashed media of a patriarchal society.
is the patriarchy? patriarchyˈ
a system of society or
government in which men hold the power and women are largely excluded from it.“the
dominant ideology of patriarchy"