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There is a huge war between love and science of love.  Literally, Scientific research says relationships and love are a series of chemical reactions that release in our body to form a new world of fewer obstacles, vanishing brittleness and even more bright colours seen by us.  So it's easy to understand your feelings but becomes tough when to recognize whether it is a fact or myth.   Ignoring myths, below are those psychological facts about true love and relationships that will help you and your partner to act smart in your relationship. 1. Those Stomach Butterflies When you fall for someone, butterflies which are dancing, playing and tickling in your stomach are real. They are just a rush of adrenaline in the body which is released during fight or flight mode. 2. Stranger By Just Looking At The Eyes Of Each Other, Fall In Lo ve As eyes are a reflection of souls, their contact can make your life easy to find your mates or soulmates. 3.

Feminism Is Equality in Everything

Feminism Meaning, Theory, Heros and Criticism

A Feminism Meaning:

  • Feminism means/by definition is the theory of the economic, political and social equality of both men and women.
  • According to records, Men and women should have equal rights and opportunities for their thoughts.

Feminism Theory:

Feminism theory covers below points that are pulled out through Feminists:
  • Gender discrimination
  • objectification
  • Inequality; structural and economic
  • power and oppression
  • stereotypes and  gender roles

The feminism theory, in reality, showing about the social world in a different manner that brightens the communities who support this injustice, inequality and oppression; instead, it promotes the purpose of equality and justice.

Heroes of Feminism:

This is the list of heroes who are the best examples that opposed Feminism in India:
  1. Savitribai Phule (3 January 1831 – 10 March 1897)
  1. K. Ajitha
  2. Anamika (poet)
  3. Evangeline Anderson Rajkumar
  4. Lalithambika Antharjanam
  5. Chinta Anuradha
  6. Angellica Aribam
  1. Rita Banerji
  2. Begum Rokeya
  3. Kamla Bhasin
  4. Uma Bhatt
  5. Urvashi Butalia
  1. C. S. Chandrika
  2. Anna Chandy
  3. Sarala Devi Chaudhurani
  4. Malati Choudhury
  5. Prem Chowdhry
  1. Hamid Dalwai
  2. Shirin Darasha
  3. Bishakha Datta
  4. Mira Datta Gupta
  5. Abhay Deol
  6. Neera Desai
  7. Sarala Devi
  8. Mallika Dua
  9. Aroti Dutt
  10. Madhusree Dutta
  11. Saroj Nalini Dutt
  1. Nawab Faizunnesa
  1. Shohini Ghosh
  2. Padma Gole
  3. Vidyut Gore
  4. Nidhi Goyal
  5. Karan Gupta
  1. Hilla Rustomji Faridoonji
  1. Ramarao Indira
  1. Devaki Jain
  2. Indira Jaising
  3. Kirthi Jayakumar
  4. Aranya Johar
  1. Rupi Kaur
  2. Mitu Khurana
  1. Gauri Lankesh
  1. Jay Mala
  2. Vina Mazumdar
  3. Hansa Jivraj Mehta
  4. Ritu Menon
  5. Girish Mishra
  6. Geetanjali Misra
  1. Richa Nagar
  2. Uma Narayan
  3. Nalini Nayak
  4. Nida Khan
  1. Deepika Padukone
  2. Arya Pallam
  3. Rekha Pande
  4. Kamla Pant
  5. Smita Patil
  6. Navamani Elia Peter
  7. Manasi Pradhan
  8. Amrita Pritam
  9. D. Mangala Priyadarshini
  1. Shirin M. Rai
  2. Jayashri Raiji
  3. Kutti Revathi
  1. Sarojini Sahoo
  2. Gita Sen
  3. Amartya Sen
  4. Manikuntala Sen
  5. Mallika Sengupta
  6. Shareefa Hamid Ali
  7. Tarabai Shinde
  8. Vandana Shiva
  9. Geetanjali Shree
  10. Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak
  11. Khushbu Sundar
  12. Ragini Sutradhar
  13. Padmini Swaminathan
  14. Noopur Tiwari
  15. Sushila Chain Trehan

Feminism Criticism:

In the last twenty years, a major development in literary studies or the emergence of feminist criticism at the level of both theory and practice.  Initially, feminist criticism reflected the political goals of feminism, with authors and texts judging how far they could be reconciled with feminist ideology.  The feminist critics' cr images of the women's school adopt this approach and are particularly concerned with how female characters are represented in literature(an example).

Thanks for visiting, this was a short brief about feminism that will make you understand it easily.
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  1. Thank you for sharing you thoughts Pratik. I loved your blog and I will suggest it to all my friends.

  2. I liked your words that you used. They are so pure.

  3. Thank you for your support friends.


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