Feminism defends the demand for equality and the right to be respected in terms of health, education and personal integrity unlike chauvinism which simply celebrates dominance and misogyny. Is there a point at which "radical" feminism becomes chauvinistic? What exactly is "radical" about demanding rights and equality?
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