Radical feminism is definable as a movement in second half of twentieth century that considers patriarchy or maledomination at the root of women’s oppression. According to this idea, the problem is born within the family and non equal relations between it’s male and female members, and then from hear goes to society and politics. The radical feminists were inspired by dominant discourse of new left philosophers. This school which emphasized upon culture instead of economy and refuted the apparent innocence of capitalism, will become an excellent example for new wave of feminism. This article will try to confirm the hypothesis that as the deconstructive point of view of Benjamin and Marcus about social and political change had very little chance to triumph, radical feminism inspired by it, couldn’t have another destiny.