When Will My Reflection Show . . .
Nothing stirs more emotion than the topic of Feminism. For those not raised around it, the concept feels unfamiliar and more than a little pushy. But, just because it makes us feel uncomfortable, does not mean it has nothing to say. To use Plato’s language, being prisoners in a cave means we are sometimes dragged into a world we cannot see.
In the space provided, answer the Typical Questions from the Overview. Answer them in your own words, explaining how you may/may not see things differently (and whether you think the feminists could be right — and why it could be important to see things from their perspective).
Finish with a 3-C (3 pieces of evidence from all your reading and viewing) that reflects on why someone thinks feminism is important. The paragraph should start with the topic sentence:
She could be right . . .