Understanding inequalities nature and primary focus within sexuality, politics and relations of power are all aims of the feminist theory. It also promotes interests, issues and rights of women as well. Some popular themes which feminism explores are patriarchy, objectification, discrimination, oppression and stereotyping of women.
Feminism theory of the post-modern types has great emphasis on roles which are stereotypical in their nature to the female that shows them as comedies of their beliefs originally. This type of feminism theory has become intensely criticized for being focused too narrowly and as being inattentive to the issues of class and of race.
The faminism theory of the socialist types believes that men can come to coexist within their vision of a post-capitalist future with women. The socialist’s believe that the system of capitalist is the main cause of the oppression felt by the females instead of the males being the complete cause as once was theorized. They believe that a state of nurturing equality within the population would give no further needs of discussion on the segregation of men from the women.
The faminism theory of the more radical types believes that patriarchy is the cause of the problems women face today. They believe in a total dismantling of patriarchy completely, which in turn would be the answer to their problems. Some of the more radical extremists believe in the total annihilation of the male species.
The faminism theory that is liberal of type’s looks into the issues which exclude us as women today from power in turn preventing us from any major roles in activity of a political nature. They believe women suffer from discrimination that is very unjust and suppressed within today’s society of contemporaries.
The feminist theory of the Marxist type believes in expectations socially that the people who are oppressed will eventually reign. They suggest women and men’s relationships have to be looked upon as a relationship of power that is unequaled, one with the oppression and subjugation traditionally of the women by the men.
There are many women of exceptional standards who helped the faminism theory along, such as the ones who stood up and marched for women’s voting rights and equality, those who spoke up about the restrictions placed upon the women of their times socially and those who made a strict stand against injustices and discriminations aimed at women within their own cultures.
The feminism theory was an important part within the philosophical contributions throughout history, one we as women today should appreciate even more.