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today’s modern woman simply is not part of the cultural narrative of the nation. we are not even a subplot of the women’s rights conversation – we are merely a plot device to be pitied, a plot device to be scorned, or a plot device to be despised. new york magazine has an interesting article about how pre-crisco feminists had a future. we had jobs, families, schools, and we were about to lead the revolution. in the mid-1990’s, the us was full of exciting, dynamic, forward-thinking, and often beautiful women.
there is no doubt that working women are playing an increasingly important role in the workforce, in educational institutions, and at home. that said, despite our growing economy, enormous wealth, and decrease in child-care costs, the fact that women in many realms work for less money and are underrepresented in the upper echelons of corporations and government still remain. the wage gap is nowhere near closing.
the feminist movement of the 1990s was a powerful and vibrant one; the first time that women as a united voice was able to dominate the conversation. the conversations it sparked were some of the most important ones of the last 20 years. it’s been a short while since then, and things have really changed. women are now in positions of power where they were not before, but, even so, we are not there yet.
the feminist movement of the 1990s and 2000s has become a conversation about male privilege. it’s talking about male privilege, and not always being taken seriously, and it’s talking about an unearned, systemic, systemic privilege. we know for a fact that women are seen as lesser beings and human beings. we know for a fact that women are looked down upon for their secondary roles and for the fact that they work. we know for a fact that the wage gap is still so incredibly wide that we’re talking about staggering numbers of women who are working for 10 percent of what men are.