On being a women and feminism (and why I am not a feminist)
Janina Lieser

I would gently encourage you to look into intersectionality, or intersectional feminism — which discusses the ways various factors (including things like race, age, disability, etc) intersect along with gender in regards to privilege and how we are each treated in the world.

I also assure you that being a feminist has nothing to do with being feminine, and that there isn’t a requirement of activism in order to consider oneself a feminist. Feminist = someone who acknowledges that women still do not get the same treatment and opportunities as men do (you cite many examples of this in your article), and a belief that that system is not fair or right. (Intersectional feminism — then adds on the layers of race, age, etc, into that mix)

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