A generation has passed since the feminist movement began, but the struggle remains.
For many, the defining moments of the women’s liberation movement were when women began to challenge societal norms, or when they were deemed to be less than.
But these days, there’s a lot more to fight for.
Here are the 10 steps to be on the feminist front lines in your twenties.1.
Get an education.
As many women, we want to make our voices heard, but it can be hard to get a sense of how to make an impact.
The best way to learn is to ask yourself, What do I want to do in my twenties?2.
Make your own career.
If you don’t have a degree, it can take a while to figure out where you fit in the larger feminist movement.
As the first lady of the world, Hillary Clinton started her career in public service.
She’s a former senator, secretary of state and secretary of health and human services.
As a millennial, she has no plans to pursue a career in politics.3.
Get involved with the movement.
The first woman to enter Congress was Ann Kirkpatrick, who is now the ranking Democrat on the House Ways and Means Committee.
The Women’s March took off as a grassroots movement after the election of Donald Trump.4.
Find a mentor.
Some of the most influential feminist figures in the past century are women, but there’s no shortage of women who are making significant contributions.
For example, Gloria Steinem, who founded the feminist magazine, was the first woman ever to be awarded an honorary doctorate.
Women such as Jane Austen and Susan Sontag have long been cited as inspiring figures, and the rise of women’s studies and feminist activism has made a lot of us look up to them.5.
Become an activist.
This is a long-term project, but women have a long history of being politically active.
Many of the early feminists were engaged in political campaigns.
In fact, some of the earliest political action took place during the Civil War, when some of those who led the campaign were women.6.
This might sound obvious, but some of your friends will be doing something that’s wrong or that makes you uncomfortable.
Don’t be afraid to voice your concerns.7.
Become a spokesperson.
You can become a feminist by speaking out, even if you don’st feel comfortable talking to your family about it.
It’s okay to be critical of society, but make sure you do it in a way that’s respectful.8.
A lot of people have to work on this, and some of us have to take out loans to do it.
But donating to the feminist cause is one of the best ways to make a difference.
Make a donation to the Women’s Foundation of America, which has donated more than $60 million to the cause.9.
Learn to love your body.
Being a feminist means being willing to accept the things that make you uncomfortable, even when you don t want to admit it.
Take care of yourself.10.
The feminist movement has had a long and storied history.
But as more women enter the workforce, many of us are starting to think about how to apply the knowledge we’ve gained through years of work to the workplace.
For young women, there are plenty of ways to learn how to become more engaged and better leaders in their field.
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