Klara Zetkin on Feminism

Feminism, in essence, remains non-revolutionary, and often even counter-revolutionary. The aspirations of feminism are limited to struggle with the men’s privileges and somewhat improving the position of women – in fact, women of the bourgeois class – without changing the class nature of bourgeois society. Working women can be misled by feminism and distracted from the class struggle of the proletariat.

Klara Zetkin, “Women question and women movement” (Introduction to E. Milovidova book, translated from Russian)

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