We Should All Be Feminist Analysis

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Feminism has never been a big issue for me. I grew up with a single mother and a step-father who both loved me and let me be myself and saw no issue with it. My parents were both employed and both were the primary bread winners. Everything in my childhood was an equal give and take. That is what feminism strives to have equality. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s, We Should All Be Feminist, affected me in a different way than it did most other people. I am someone who doesn’t really feel as though he fits any specific gender box. I use the standard “male” pronouns but that’s only to not confuse others around me or myself as well. I played with dolls, and toy cars, I was told that it was fine. It wasn’t until I got older that I realized the world

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