Breaking Barriers and Shaping Societies: Take the Feminism Challenge

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Breaking Barriers and Shaping Societies: Take the Feminism Challenge

Are you familiar with the history and principles of feminism? This quiz on feminism will test your knowledge of the key features, figures, and movements associated with this political and social movement.

rom the first wave of feminism to the contemporary debates on gender equality, this quiz will challenge and educate you on one of the most important and widely studied movements in the history of social and political thought.

What is the main aim of feminism?

To promote gender equality

To abolish all forms of patriarchy

To give women more power

To make men inferior

Who is considered as the mother of Feminism?

Simone de Beauvoir

Mary Wollstonecraft

Betty Friedan

Gloria Steinem

Which of the following is the first wave of Feminism?

Women's suffrage movement

Second wave Feminism

Third wave Feminism

Fourth wave Feminism

Who proposed the concept of the Male Gaze?

Simone de Beauvoir

Judith Butler

Laura Mulvey

bell hooks

The term intersectionality was coined by:

bell hooks

Angela Davis

Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw

Gloria Steinem

What is the main criticism of Feminism?

It's too radical

It's anti-men

It's anti-family

It's anti-religious

What is the main difference between Liberal Feminism and Radical Feminism?

Liberal Feminism focuses on individual rights, Radical Feminism focuses on systemic change

Radical Feminism focuses on individual rights, Liberal Feminism focuses on systemic change

They both focus on individual rights

They both focus on systemic change

Who said I myself have never been able to find out precisely what Feminism is: I only know that people call me a Feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat or a prostitute?

Simone de Beauvoir

Betty Friedan

Germaine Greer

Rebecca Walker

What is the Patriarchy?

A social system in which men hold primary power

A social system in which women hold primary power

A social system in which everyone is equal

A social system in which both men and women hold equal power

The Glass Ceiling refers to:

A physical barrier preventing women from advancing in their careers

A metaphorical barrier preventing women from advancing in their careers

A legal barrier preventing women from advancing in their careers

A cultural barrier preventing women from advancing in their careers

What is Sexual Harassment?

Physical violence towards women

Unwanted sexual advances or behavior

Discrimination against women in the workplace

Violence against men

What is the Pay Gap?

The difference between the average hourly earnings of women and men

The difference between the average annual earnings of women and men

The difference between the average weekly earnings of women and men

The difference between the average monthly earnings of women and men

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What is the main aim of feminism?
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Who is considered as the mother of Feminism?
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Which of the following is the first wave of Feminism?
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Who proposed the concept of the Male Gaze?
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The term intersectionality was coined by:
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What is the main criticism of Feminism?
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What is the main difference between Liberal Feminism and Radical Feminism?
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Who said I myself have never been able to find out precisely what Feminism is: I only know that people call me a Feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat or a prostitute?
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What is the Patriarchy?
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The Glass Ceiling refers to:
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What is Sexual Harassment?
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What is the Pay Gap?
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