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First recorded in English 1852. Ultimately from Latin fÄ“minÄ«nus, from fÄ“mina (“woman"). See also feminine, feminism.
Wearing such short skirts is also the subject of much feminist debate.
Even with a well-developed feminist movement, the United States has been a laggard in terms of women legislators.
Surely, the feminist movement has given women a voice hitherto unheard.
Feminist research then reads as partly informal, engagingly personal, and even confessional.
Unlike The Peeler, another feminist work made by a man, Women's Work lacked a masculine correlative.
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