I'm a female femininist not to be confused with feminist..<br />
I promote femininity.
I'm an FTM (female-to-male) feminist, actually, which a lot of people find confusing because, "if you're a feminist, why did you choose to be a guy?" Well, I didn't /choose/ to be a guy, that's just who I am - on the inside. But living with a female body has brought me so much closer to the disgusting ob<x>jectification of woman and exploitation of their bodies than a lot of other men have been, and I want that to stop. No matter what your body looks like, you shouldn't be treated like a sex ob<x>ject, and sexual exploitation against your own will isn't okay. That's just what I think, but, even though I don't identify with my body, I'm big on female empowerment in beauty in every shape, size, and identity. I dunno how to explain it, it's just who I am. :)
I am pro-human rights, so that's both feminist and masculinist (awkward terms and much maligned... I prefer 'humanist') because I believe in the value/potential in humanity which isn't limited by gender, race, or anything like that.
No. I just say stuff that women want to hear, and pretend to be a male feminist, when actually my ideas on male and female roles in society are an anachronism. Is that okay?
Being a liar is generally not defined as being 'okay'.
oh......damn! : (
I'm no male feminist, but, I am very concerned about the new exploitation of the male in the western world. I think he is being held to an impossible ideal of brains, beauty, and experience that very few men, if any could accomplish.
No. Im a male who believes in rights.
You know why woman cant ski?<br />
Theres no snow between the bedroom and kitchen :D
i promote equal rights to women, but alot of people that consider themselves femanist i disagree with.
Some feminists and some masculinists are nothing more than rabid gender haters, bigots, and out to do harm to the other gender and sometimes their own in a misguided attempt to defend or avenge themselves or others of their own gender. They dribble some of the most astounding drivel one is likely to hear.
i agree and its a shame really...
Yeah I guess so. It's not that hard of a concept that women can be equal to men.