Feminism’s Most Important Challenges
Feminism’s Most Important Challenges: Waking up as a girl in the East is one of the greatest concerns, but if waking up as a freelance writer is really a human disaster that only those who can bear it might think that’s a joke, but being a feminist in the East means you’re a battlefield fighter, you have to fight at the risk of injury or death at any moment. Welcome to the world of Eastern feminism.
One of the most extreme decisions a girl can make is independence for a simple reason.
Everyone from birth until the day of her death classifies her as subordinate to the man, from father, uncle or uncle to husband to son, a circle from which she cannot leave, in which she is allowed to be subjected to all forms of domestic violence and is accepted socially and legally.
At first, when a girl is born, she is always seen with suspicion and mistrust; she must learn to bow down; she must not raise her voice; she must not laugh loudly; she must not speak in the midst of men’s conversations; she must not go out of the decisions of the men of her large or small family; she must decide for her appropriate clothing and how to sit down.
What a woman in the East means is that your uterus is not your property, it is your husband’s business in the future.
And if you’re a girl and you’re hurt in that delicate part of your body, you don’t have the right to have that damn surgery and your pain over, because that is a serious decision for your husband, because the law regards a woman as a vessel only carrying a child to a man, not as an independent entity.
As for Wan, who was unmarried, any man or boy over 18 of the father’s family has the right to be given the permit, even if the person concerned is in his forty or thirty years of age. The same is true of travel!!