30 YEARS SINCE HER DEATH, A LOOK INTO SIMONE DE BEAVOIR'S SEMINAL THE SECOND SEX

30 Years Since Her Death, A Look Into Simone de Beavoir's Seminal The Second Sex
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30 YEARS SINCE HER DEATH, A LOOK INTO SIMONE DE BEAVOIR'S SEMINAL THE SECOND SEX



Written by Dont Panic
14 Thursday 14th April 2016

Simone de Beauvoir's The Second Sex is considered to be a groundbreaking entry into second-wave feminism. In the book, de Beauvoir outlines how women have been historically subjugated by men, covering the concept of feminity and the importance of male validation. 30 years since she died, her ideas are still provocative, even at a time where feminism and equal rights are far more mainstream. Here's a short intro into The Second Sex...

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