In general I would say that social
democracy is the same as feminism -- or at least
democracy is the same as feminism -- to the extent
that when actually realized it's about equal
representation and about affording "benefits" to
those who haven't been prioritized in society,
but only to the extent that those benefits are
short term and meant to make people empower themselves
rather than become dependent on them.
is that by using the word "social" it
makes these issues less grave -- democracy is
treated more legitimate and social seems to imply
that it's surface or less a necessity and more
a desire. In terms of what feminism specifically
brings to this, is a desire to eliminate hierarchies
that are arbitrarily based.
I hope that helps
and I tried to check out your site, but it wasn't
in English, the only language I know, so I was
at a loss.