Just as the way political incumbency has held and will always uphold an unwarranted, if not unfair, advantage over any and every attempt at political inauguration, feminism is dealt an identical uphill battle. Proposing and implementing change is difficult for humans to accept, and will always call for preservation and draw fear. At the heart of feminism comes an attempt at attaining a truly even playing field within humanity. That’s right; the term Feminism refers more to movements with intent to defend, then substantiate, demonstrate, exhibit, and then inaugurate an unbiased societal, political, and economic administrative system with equality and nonpartisan opportunities for women. Changing or altering traditional beliefs and customs is and has been no doubt the most difficult to change; thus, the heart of feminism and acceptance of feminist beliefs maintains a certain contention f ...