The UN General Assembly adopted the landmark Universal Declaration of human rights on December 10, 1948, which affirms that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and power” and “everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this declaration, regardless of race, skin colour, sex, language, religion, birth or other status.”
The purpose of feminist theory is to understand the essence of inequality and to focus on women’s politics, power relations and sexuality. Feminist political action challenges the issues of reproductive rights, abortion rights, education rights, domestic violence, maternity leave, equal pay, voting rights, sexual harassment, gender discrimination and sexual violence.
The themes of feminism include discrimination, stereotype, materialization (especially about sex), body, housework distribution, oppression and patriarchy.
It is suggested that women should be self-esteem, self-examination, self-care and self-government, and that men should help women get rid of ignorance and oppression and move towards equal status.
When we meet and practice feminism again, we can have more understanding, friendliness and tolerance.