I am a feminist, but not one of those extreme, misandrist ones. I believe that a person is a person, no matter what their gender is (not only female and male, but also agender and genderfluid people, for example) and that both sexes are equal.
That's exactly how it should be! I saw a pic on pinterest once about including all genders and it said "Support your sisters, not just your cis-ters". I thought it was both clever and pretty cute.
I think I've seen it. I find it pretty clever, as well :P
Yes. Because someone has to defend others until they can stand up for themselves and look at the world on the same level.
I don't think so.... I believe in equality so~
That would mean yes...................................
I Believe that gender means nothing about who someone is. It's entirely about who you make yourself and that's all that should matter
I believe that people are inherently equal but do not nessicarily stay that way. I believe that you make ourselves into who we are, whether we mean to or not, so that equality in not always concrete. Because if everyone is equal there is no room to make ourselves better. However, I do not believe that there is such thing as inherent superiority or inferiority
My sentiments exactly.
That makes sense to me, I think that a lot of people have been conditioned to think that someone's always either superior or inferior, but I don't think it's so.
I believe in equality for everyone, but I wouldn't call myself a feminist because most feminists I know make it seem like females are the master gender, when both genders are equal. I do not mean that all feminists think this way, but some I have known do.
I understand what you mean, though I feel like calling myself one helps people realize a lot if us are really nice. â™¥
I think that's what I tried to say in my answer, I don't want to call myself it because sometimes it sounds like you're making it seem like the more important one (even though I know it isn't like that). But what about men? People seem to think they should always be the ones who go out and work.
That's part of feminism too, making sure women are free to work or be housewives, and making sure men can work, or be househusbands if they so choose. I know a few people who's dads stayed home when they were little and they're moms went to work, and I remembering some people thinking it was wrong, which is why men are definitely included.
It's wrong to say no but I don't go around labelling myself a "feminist" because it's not a subject that I feel that strongly about in general (meaning it's not something that I rant about a lot, not I don't think females should be treated the same). I hope that makes sense.
Sometimes I see this as really delicate subject butn then I see arguments about how feminism is just focusing on females (when the definition is for both).
Actually just taken a quiz about feminists and basically got really annoyed at some of the questions because it reminded me of how I was treated and now I'm close to the hardcore feminist group.
That was fast xP It's really a diverse thing with tons of information
'Cause I never really understood it that much. And I never really thought about it. But then I realized that inequality and body shaming is all around us. And it really bothered me anyway. I just didn't know how to label it properly.
Yeah. I believe in equality for everyone.