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Simone de Beauvoir recognized in 1947 that she had learned about feminism in her trip to the USA, that previously she had not identified that problem in France, while she worked for the Vichy government, which collaborated with Nazis.
After reading these articles we have informed ourselves about different topics of feminism. We would like to comment that Simone de Beavooir was not the creator of feminism as we know it today, but she was the creator of modern feminism. On the other hand, Maria Gouze was the first defender of human rights for women.