The word "feminism" is everywhere in the air. Every second girl is a feminist, but it’s interesting that many of them don’t even know what the struggle is for. After all, feminism is currently hype-filled, in trend, in fashion.
The movement is a little over a hundred years old, but the attitude to it is still mixed. It is very strange to me that this issue is still hotly debated and argued over in the 21st century.
I do not consider myself a feminist, but my opinion has long been defined: women must have all personal rights in society, the right to vote, to own real estate and assets, to be an entrepreneur, to occupy government posts and executive positions, to drive a car, etc. All this should be the social standard in our time.
Patriarchy has grown obsolete. We can no longer solve all problems solely from a position of strength—times have changed. The tradition of men having a dominant role is indeed based on strength. The fact that women's rights are still infringed speaks to our immaturity.
The society has not grown up, not matured, and first of all it is necessary to deal with this issue using education system levers—by clearly explaining to children that men and women initially are on the same level of the social scale, that there is no gender hierarchy, no predetermined dominant and subordinate roles (of course, not taking into account the institution of the family), and that the difference between us is exclusively physiological.