The paper tells that over the years, women have been vocal to become liberalized in their thinking and actions. Baehr (2007) added that liberalism to women has led to increasing in speculation of what it actually means.
This led to the distinction of this discussion into two sectors, the classical and egalitarian liberal feminism. Classical enforced the provision of freedoms from coercive interference. These provisions included the rights to equality and cultural liberation. On the other hand, egalitarian liberalization stresses the point of autonomy in the society. Discussion of these are divided into procedural account, fairness in personal relationships, human flourishing and in relation to the state. This forms the basis of the female healthcare.
The healthcare of women in relationship to her autonomy is fundamental to the modern cultures. As noted by Women and Healthcare reforms women need a lot of health care as compared to their male counterparts. For this reason, it is necessary to avail women’s both public and private health insurance. Notably, health care receives more women patients than men. They, therefore, contribute enormously as both the patients and the caregivers.
The healthcare provided to the women should be completely autonomous to the holder. Sherwin (1998) elaborates that patients should have a complete freedom of how to utilize their healthcare. North American social institutions according to Sherwin (1998) have a good description of this freedom of a natural culture that recognizes the autonomy of a person