1)Bell hooks claims that “to choose feminist politics … is a choice to love,” for “there can be no love when there is domination” (hooks, 103-104). Scott-Dixon echoes these sentiments in her thought that “women’s desire…to escape from powerlessness…is a life-long yearning for liberation” (Scott-Dixon, 25). Hooks, Scott-Dixon and other authors in our course readings view feminist thought as key to women’s sexual empowerment and freedom from gender limitations. Explain fully the underlying message in hooks and Scott-Dixon, using at least 2 other readings from the course.2) In what ways has your learning about and/or lived experience of feminism empowered you in your sexuality as a female? Explain fully, using at least 2 readings from the course that are different from the ones used in Part A.