The third wave’s break from feminism

  title={The third wave’s break from feminism},
  author={Bridget J. Crawford},
  journal={International Journal of Law in Context},
  pages={100 - 102}
Janet Halley proves that third-wave feminism is wrong - wrongly described, that is. Young feminists in the United States tout a "third wave" of feminism that is hip, ironic and playful - the supposed opposite of the dour and strident "second wave" of 1970's feminism. Goodbye frumpy sandals; hello sexy fishnets, according to third-wave feminism. Initially young women themselves (and now writers and scholars) embraced a pervasive wave metaphor to convey the belief that differences within feminism… 
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Becoming the Third Wave', Ms
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