Feminism F.A.Q.s: What is Feminism?

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by Jarrah Hodge

Following up on my first Feminism F.A.Q.s video “Why Do We Still Need Feminism?”, here is another instalment. This time the question I’m looking at is “What is Feminism?” (re-recorded May 18, 2012).

Turns out it’s not some big scary thing.

The Sarah Bunting quote is from an essay entitled “Yes, You Are” and I encourage you to read the whole thing here.


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Jarrah Hodge

Jarrah Hodge is the founder and editor of gender-focus.com. She has also written for the Huffington Post, Bitch Magazine Blogs, the Vancouver Observer and About-Face. Jarrah has B.A. in Women’s Studies and Sociology from UBC. She’s a fan of politics, Star Trek, musical theatre, and brunch.

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