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Everyone is born equal, regardless of gender, race, or sexuality. However, there are so many aspects of life in which people are not treated equally: politically, economically, legally, and socially. It means fighting for intersectionality and acknowledging how race, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status affects feminism. It means having civil conversations with people I fundamentally disagree with to try and advocate change. Feminism allows people to look at the world not as it is, but how it could be.

It shines light on problems that the patriarchy perpetuates, but also comes up with ways to fix these problems. Today, I often look at feminist issues in my research as a graduate student in the Sociology Department. That does not mean that I hate men, that I want to burn my bra, or that every women has to become a CEO; it means I fight for social, political, and economic equality between the sexes.

However, feminism is not just about women becoming equal, though that is a large part of the argument—it is also about men being equal. Yet, the same goes for women. If a women wants to be an astronaut or a construction worker or a stay-at-home mom, they should be allowed to.

Feminists are typically portrayed in a bad light and that needs to change. I was the only girl playing Star Wars at recess with the boys. She always encouraged me to think critically. She introduced me to my first African novel about a young girl that goes through the now illegal practice of genital mutilation. After the class was over I bumped into her at a bookstore. She was looking for good novels to teach the following semester. She told me that I had a special gift for literature and that I need to continue my education and teach.

She gave me a little bit of a push and self-esteem to continue on my journey of gender equality, LGBTQ equality, and the focus I am currently working in my PhD program.

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I have had many other teachers in education and outside of academia that have taught me the strength and possibility through their mentorship and passing the torch to carry the mentorship with others. I witnessed the struggle, pain and social exclusion of ladyboys.

Before this experience, I never thought analytically about gender-based struggles, even in our own society, with acceptance and resources. I love learning about how gender-based injustices develop, and how different genders are culturally constructed and placed in society. This includes what cultural barriers keep people of different genders from having social mobility.

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This fascinates me and makes me want to learn more stories from people who have lived through social injustices due to their gender. She considers herself both an activist and an intersectional feminist. Most importantly, being an activist means taking action, not just in protests, but everyday life. Cheyne says her success and opportunities are thanks to what her mother and grandmother taught her.

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Which really has led to a lot of my success, specifically grade-wise in college. Right now, in America, the right to control our bodies and make our own reproductive choices is hanging by a very thin thread. The thought that the right to decide what to do with my body could be taken away at any moment terrifies me. Kayla is majoring in music education and music performance. Toggle Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

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