Talk:Third-wave feminism

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Dietary Feminism[edit]

Haven't done alot of research, but the link between vegetarianism and femenism seemed a little random. The phrase 'some third wave femenist's might be better phrased as 'A third wave feminist'... unless this work is defining to 3rd wave femenism in general, I'm not sure if it should be mentioned here... third wave femenism is touching on alot of subjects. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 09:46, 12 April 2007‎

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Criticism Section[edit]

It seems inadequate to describe critiques of third-wave feminism without mentioning Camille Paglia or Christina Hoff Sommers. For example, Paglia described the 3rd Wave as comprised of "'pampered, affluent upper-middle-class professional women who chronically spout snide anti-male feminist rhetoric' and the movement as a whole for catering too much to the interests of 'privileged white middle-class girls at elite schools can’t seem to express themselves forcefully enough even to manage their own dating lives.'” (she has more substantive critiques too)[1] I know Sommers has a public record of her own beef here, but don't have a quote handy.

There is also a significant body of criticism against intersectional feminism in particular. Maybe have a section on that. Lukacris (talk) 01:19, 13 January 2018 (UTC)

  1. ^ N.A., Camille Paglia claims feminism has been hijacked by ‘upper-middle-class professional women’, Women in the World (March 15, 2017)