عنوان مقاله [English]
Language is considered one of the fundamental elements of writing. Many believe that there are differences between masculine and feminine language in writing. Therefore, in the radical and postmodern branch of the feminist movement, language and feminine writing have received significant attention. However, the existence of such a language is not compatible with the logic of language formation, and gender cannot be an effective factor in creating an independent language. Therefore, feminist linguistics, as a branch of structuralism, with its distinction between feminine writing, Fara-gender writing, and non-gender writing, attempts to examine examples and clarify the mentioned perspectives. This article, while examining various types of writing, including gender, Fara-gender, and non-gender, seeks to provide a different perspective on the relationship between language and gender and any pre-existing patterns that divide written language into feminine and masculine. By analyzing works by Forough Farrokhzad, it presents examples of various relationships between language and writing to demonstrate that the categorization of writing into feminine and masculine is entirely gender-biased. This research has collected the concept of feminine and masculine writing and sought answers beyond what previous researchers have presented using a descriptive-analytical method, with qualitative data collection through library sources and data analysis.