Feminism is a broad grouping of Feminist
theories which reject the belief that there is any absolute or universal reference point for truth, meaning, and value. Encompassing schools of thought such as Poststructuralist
and postcolonial Feminism
, Postmodern Feminism attempts to challenge dominant narratives of truth, meaning, and value by exposing biases, exclusions, historical contingencies, and imbalances of power in supposedly neutral, universal discourses.