How did Andrew Jackson feel about equality for women?
Andrew Jackson did not feel that women should be treated equally to men. Andrew Jackson was the 7th President of the United States.
Many AAmericans probably felt as if they had a lot in common with Andrew Jackson because he represented the common man. Unlike the previous presidents, Andrew Jackson did not grow up in a wealthy family. He was raised in a less wealthy environment like the average person, and changed the fact that you had to be wealthy land owner to have a say in politics.
I don't believe that there is another word for feminism, the term feminist is clear on it's intentions: a movement to bring about gender equality. There are similar movements such as womanism which is a movement for equality for women of colour, as mainstream feminism is mostly white-centered many black women feel they need their own movement outside feminism to fight for their rights.
women feel embarrased when two of them are wearing the same clothes because women like to feel a sense of individuality and if someone is wearing the same outfit that idividuality is gone. also when a women sees another women wearing the same outfit they feel threatened because they may feel that the other person looks better in that particular outfit.