Third-wave feminism

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[[Image:Rderb.jpg|right|thumb|300px|Third-wave feminism includes the belief that dressing provocatively and rolling around with other women is feminist. Previously, this was known as [[pornography]].]]
 
[[Image:Rderb.jpg|right|thumb|300px|Third-wave feminism includes the belief that dressing provocatively and rolling around with other women is feminist. Previously, this was known as [[pornography]].]]
 
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The first wave of feminism did not concern itself with the objectification of women, because they were preoccupied with the right to vote, and, let's face it, no one wanted to see [[Susan B. Anthony]] in a [[thong]], anyway. That's just fucking gross. However, by the 1970s, second-wave feminists became concerned that men were objectifying women by portraying them as sex symbols and hiring them to strut around half-nude, and that this objectification subtly undermined their struggle for legal and social equality.
 
The first wave of feminism did not concern itself with the objectification of women, because they were preoccupied with the right to vote, and, let's face it, no one wanted to see [[Susan B. Anthony]] in a [[thong]], anyway. That's just fucking gross. However, by the 1970s, second-wave feminists became concerned that men were objectifying women by portraying them as sex symbols and hiring them to strut around half-nude, and that this objectification subtly undermined their struggle for legal and social equality.
   
However, a problem arose with this philosophy: many women actually ''enjoy'' bending over and licking a doorknob while a group of drunk men ogle their [[ass]]es. Third-wave feminists addressed this dilemma by suggesting that women objectify ''themselves''. They reasoned that as long as women were rude, aggressive, strung out, and hadn't [[hygeine|bathed]] for several days, they were free to dress and act as provocatively as they desired.
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However, a problem arose with this philosophy: many women actually ''enjoy'' bending over and licking a doorknob while a group of drunk men ogle their [[ass]]es. Third-wave feminists addressed this dilemma by suggesting that women objectify ''themselves''. They reasoned that as long as women were rude, aggressive, strung out, and hadn't [[hygiene|bathed]] for several days, they were free to dress and act as provocatively as they desired.
   
 
This ethos gained traction as it was embraced by notable pop culture figures such as [[Courtney Love]], [[Amy Winehouse]], Bikini Kill frontwoman [[Hannah Montana|Kathleen Hanna]], and various other skanks. By the year 2000, it was difficult to find a fifteen-year-old girl anywhere in the United States who wasn't perpetually displaying the tops of her [[breasts]].
 
This ethos gained traction as it was embraced by notable pop culture figures such as [[Courtney Love]], [[Amy Winehouse]], Bikini Kill frontwoman [[Hannah Montana|Kathleen Hanna]], and various other skanks. By the year 2000, it was difficult to find a fifteen-year-old girl anywhere in the United States who wasn't perpetually displaying the tops of her [[breasts]].
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