“Seito” Magazine, First issue of a feminist magazine

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"Contemporary Japanese feminism can be linked to Seito, a magazine considered as feminist but not described as such by its creators, published on the first of every month from 1911 until 1916. The magazine initially focused on feminine literature, but its orientation gradually changed to embrace the themes of women’s liberation and gender equality. Seito, its name inspired by the Bluestockings movement in England, became the forum for debate on topics as modern as oppression caused by patriarchal institutions and the demystification of family and sexuality. Rather than having a political aim, its ambition was for women to become aware of their rights."— https://pen-online.com/culture/seito-the-first-japanese-feminist-magazine/
“Seito” Magazine, First issue of a feminist magazine