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People who have a dream learn how to reach that dream from the suggestions of others. The concept of 'feminism' is hated in all countries where the public consciousness is dominated by a conception of men as superior beings. The domination of the man turns into discrimination against woman. Much that is now seen as normal has only arisen because of the struggle for women's rights. That women now have an occupation, are educated, are public figures, all this is the result of feminism. However, there are still some women who call on women to 'take up their natural roles', this shows that Uzbekistan still lags behind in many ways. It is time to wake up from dreams of the past, let us explore today's world soberly, and with a critical eye, and take from it everything which will allow us to enter tomorrow with our heads held high.

Keywords: discrimination against woman; feminism; public consciousness; Uzbekistan; women's rights



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