What I got out of this chapter was that there is no set Feminist criticism because it is a topic that many people feel differently about. The book talked about three different types of the Feminist movement and separated them by the years they appeared. Each year showed how the people within the group changed their important of what needed to be more important. While they all do agree that woman are considered to be second-class citizens to the males in society. Something that I also agree with because I have seen and read about the trials that woman had to go through to get to the place where they are today. While it is still not as equal as some of them would like it is a big step from the type that Feminist first started appearing. The fact that the second quote at the beginning of the chapters still is true today disappoints me but that how it will stay for now because our society likes to judge people. Like in the double standard, that if a man marries a wealth woman, he is cheered but if woman marries a man then she is seen as a gold digger and not just by males but by females as well. It also interests me how there was a separate movement for woman that are also not white. While it does seem to be true that they have to fight both racism and sexism, it would seem a better idea to do so alongside those that are also fighting for sexism then against them. It almost seems that comes down to a contest with each side trying to prove that they are the ones more ignored.