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n act of resistance against patriarchal society's narrow views of female sexuality. Both were regarded as valid forms of self-expression.[62]
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"expressions of femininity and female sexuality as a challenge to objectification".
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central issues
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brace their sexuality as a way to take back their pow
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relied on different personal definitions to explain feminis
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expanded the second-wave feminists's definition of sexual liberation to "mean a process of first becoming conscious of the ways one's gender identity and sexuali
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Third-wave feminists wanted to transform traditional notions of sexuality and embrace "an exploration of women's feelings about sexuality that included vagina-centred topics as diverse as orgasm, birth, and rape".[12] Reproductive rights
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The second wave of feminism is often accused of being elitist and ignoring groups such as women of colour and transgender women, instead, focusing on whit
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Third-wave ideology focused on a more post-structuralist interpretation of gender and sexuality.[33] Post-structuralist feminists saw binaries such as male–female as an artificial construct created to maintain the power of the dominant grou
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^ Scott, Joan W (1988). "Deconstructing Equality-versus-Difference: Or, the Uses of Poststructuralist Theor
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