Malala Yousafzai- The Future Of Feminism

This past week, Malala Yousafzai, a 17 year old school girl from Pakistan, won the Nobel Peace Prize.

Her cause is promoting equality and education for all girls.

Most people in her shoes would have given up or submitted to the Taliban. But she has not given up and continues to publicly fight for what she believes in.

While women in first world countries have reaped the benefits of feminism, many women in second and third world countries have not had the opportunities many of us take for granted.

At 17, Miss Yousafzai is wise beyond her years. She speaks for all women. We have won many battles, but the war has not ended and will not end until we have full equality with the men in our lives.

If this young lady represents the future of feminism, I have no doubt that things will only get better.

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