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Feminism is not really all about choice. Every choice has a context. No "choice" without justice. [follow this link to find a short video and analysis on the global care chain:]


Have you ever had trouble finding the group within feminism that feels right for you? Most of us have multi-faceted identities, so as one uniform movement western feminism leaves many of us out. It's time to learn about transnational feminism – what it is and what we can accomplish with it.

Transnational Feminism: Why Feminist Activism Needs to Think Globally - Patricia Valoy (January 28, 2015)


Sewa, a social justice and service club in South Asia, has recently turned their focus to Transnational Feminism. Many club members enjoyed the open conversations that came about from discussing Transnational Feminism and the issues that women in different regions, societies, and times faced and continue to face. Although Sewa is no longer a religious organization, the group expresses the Sikh values and embraces the importance of a non-discriminatory life for everyone, including women

Just Advocacy?: Women’s Human Rights, Transnational Feminism, and the Politics of Representation « – The Library of Library User Group


Advice columnist tells raped teen: Be grateful he wore a condom -

This article relates to Chapter 1 that mentions transnational feminism that goes across cultures to unite women. This article states that a magazine in Singapore has outraged people from all over, which shows cutting across cultures, by saying that a young women who had been raped should just be grateful he wore a condom because she indicated to the man that she was willing and there was consent. AWARE released a statement saying rape happened because a perpetrator disregards consent.

"No black woman writer in this culture can write 'too much'. Indeed, no woman writer can write 'too much'.... No woman has ever written enough." |bell hooks