Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Feminist"

The meaning of "Feminist" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Feminist theory has assumed that there is some existing identity, understood through the category of women, who not only initiates feminist interests and goals within discourse, but constitutes the subject for whom political representation is pursued. ne anlama geliyor?
A: @H-oon

A part of feministic values include the interests and goals of women, but also representing them in political situations.
Q: “a feminist killjoy” ne anlama geliyor?
A: So feminists is someone who pushes for women’s rights and a kill joy is someone who takes the fun out of everything or let’s there beliefs get i the way of other people’s enjoyment
Q: feminists ne anlama geliyor?
A:feminist is someone who supports equal rights for women. If your brother objects strongly to women being paid less than men for doing the same job, he's probably a feminist.

If you believe that women should have the same political, social, and economic rights as men, you are a feminist. It has absolutely nothing to do with putting down men or boys in order to elevate the status of women. The word feminist comes from feminism, which originally meant simply "being feminine," or "being a woman," but gained the meaning "advocacy of women's rights" in the late 1800s.
Q: the feminist movement ne anlama geliyor?
A: A movement promoting equal rights between men and women. A movement fighting against the discrimination of women and the traditionally paternalistic status quo.
Q: we should be all feminist ne anlama geliyor?
A: It means that everyone should support feminism (because it's good for everyone, not just women).

Synonyms of "Feminist" and their differences

Q: #1 It's easy for them to become feminists ve #2 It's easier for them to become feminists arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Hi there!
I wish I could answer in Korean but I'm a beginner too! So I will try and explain as easily as I can 😁
1 is grammatically correct and means that it wasn't hard for them to become feminists (not difficult).
2 means that it was hard at first for them to become feminists but it is easier now.
So basically:
1. It's easy for them to become feminists -> it's not hard for them/wasn't hard for them.
2. It's easier for them to become feminists -> it was hard for them but is now easier
I hope this helps! 😁
Q: we should all be feminists ve we all should be feminists ve I wondered this difference. I think the latter is correct. is it spoken English? arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Both sentences are grammatically correct. The latter is more commonly used.
However, if the following situation is applied:

-Who should be feminists?
->We all should. (not "We should all")
Q: feminists ve sexism arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Feminism is the belief that men and women should be equal and have equal opportunities, sexism is favoring one over the other
"I am a feminist, I should be able to do anything a man can"
"This dress code is sexist, it has more rules for girls than boys"

Translations of "Feminist"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? feminists, risks, tasks, boxes,
A:

The first three of these are difficult for almost all English speakers to say

Other questions about "Feminist"

Q: why many feminists be offended by this phrase "eye candy?
A: "eye candy" (when used for a person) is usually used to sexualize someone, the person is referred to as an object (candy), so it may sound a little offensive and dehumanizing.

تعني شخص حلو (بمعنى مثير) لذلك ممكن تكون غير لائقة في بعض المواقف، لأن المعنى الحرفي "حلوى للعين" فهي تعطي معنى او ايحاء ان الشخص المقصود ليس له دور او هدف غير انه ممتع للرؤية.
Q: ”He was a known feminist in a polygamous relationship with two active feminist women at the time. It was correspondingly known that his two life partners inspired him during the creation of Wonder Woman” bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: @thetrees I see :). Thank you so much for your help! :D
Q: ”He was a known feminist in a polygamous relationship with two active feminist women at the time. It was correspondingly known that his two life partners inspired him during the creation of Wonder Woman” bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: Correspondingly is not commonly used in this context.

Normally you would say, "It was also known"

or better,

"At the same time, it was known that his ..."

”He was a known feminist in a polygamous relationship with two active feminist women at the time. It was correspondingly known that his two life partners inspired him during the creation of Wonder Woman”
Q: How do you feel about feminists?
is it positive or negative?
A: it depends. Are you for equality for women? Then yes that's a positive thing. I think most people share that opinion.

however some feminists are very extreme and loud when it comes to expressing their ideas. they can also be very hostile and just shout their ideas at you rather than being composed and talking.
Q: "It's probable that the feminist angle might her teams idea." Not "might be"?
A: "Probable" implies that it is likely to happen. The meaning would change slightly if it was "might be"

Might be does not offer any hint to what outcome is the most likely.

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