Feminism is pursuing your aspirations despite living in a patriarchal society. Feminism is equality, love, and respect.
Feminism is an ideology, which must be paired with action, that seeks to dismantle sexism and sexist oppression.
Feminism is harmonious collection of individual female voices; it must be realized that every woman has her own story and her own set of feminist ideals.
Feminism is not just for the ladies.
Feminism is the difference between being treated like a person and a doormat.
Feminism is not the idea that all men are assholes.
Feminism is the radical notion that women are people.
Feminism is a fight for the rights of womankind to promote the betterment of humankind.
Feminism is equality.
Feminism is standing up for women’s equality by combating heteronormativity.
Feminism is about breaking boundaries.
Feminism is self-love.
Feminism is the idea that women should be able to get the same jobs, earn the same pay, and be treated with the same respect as men.
Feminism is being able to sleep with who I want, but also being able to choose not to.
Feminism is equal political, social and economic opportunity among sexes.
Feminism is one of my tools for self-actualization (and dismantling the master’s house, etc.).
Feminism is the desire for equal standing (both legally and socially).
Feminism is a term that needs to be reexamined in a more contemporary context. For me it is the manifestation of a sense of empowerment that can be individually or collectively felt.
Feminism is acknowledging the social constructs that society has set in place and working to change them.
Feminism is for everyone.