Solution:The above statement is false.
Feminist movements are radical movements aimed at establishing equality in the public and private spheres. In a male-dominated society, it is believed that household work and raising children are women's primary responsibilities. The public sphere is that of men. This gender division is based on gender differences, which are neither natural nor based on biology. It is simply based on social conservative ideology. The work of women outside the home is neither paid equally nor recognised. At different times in different parts of the world, women organised themselves and demanded equal political and legal rights and improved educational and career opportunities. It was realised that the political mobilisation on the issue of gender division would bring about some positive change in the societal structure.
The correct statement is feminists demanded equality in both public and private spheres.