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In the context of discursive constructivism, the author uses the words "new reality" to denote a new form of
To the feminists described in this passage, something is the way it is (i.e. reality) because of how we perceive it, and we express these perceptions via language. Therefore, for them, language is the key to a new reality.
Although it is logical to think that these feminists would like to create new gender relations, the information in the passage does not lead us to this conclusion. Remember that the question asks us about discursive constructivism, which is concerned specifically with the thinking behind gender relations.
These feminists are not only concerned with vocabulary but with language as a whole.
From the context of this passage, we know that these feminists are less concerned with social relations than the perceptions of reality which underlie them.
Our perceptions of reality are shared by both women and men, and therefore we cannot say that only women's acceptance of our male-centric society is problematic.