Agreed! :-) Well said"75% Feminist
You are certainly a feminist - whether you know it or not.
You believe in gender equality, at least most of the time. You also believe there are a few exceptions."
I agree with my assessment. I believe that men and women are different and should respect each other, not overtake/belittle each other. I'm one of those feminists who would like a "traditionally" masculine partner, one who's the breadwinner, can fix things around the house and car (and I also need to learn those skills), while I'm more in charge of the domestic duties. That being said, our strengths should compliment each other. I also don't think women should aspire to be 100% like men, because what does that say about femininity and women in general? That we're somehow not good enough as we are so we have to be treated and seen just like men? The whole "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em" mentality is useless and serves no benefit to women long-term.
If a woman chooses to live her life single, no kids and be a CEO of a Fortune 500 company, then go for it! If she chooses to be a stay-at-mom, good for her! I see a lot of today's feminists demeaning women who choose a more traditional lifestyle, which is one reason I'm reconsidering my involvement with the feminist movement.
A true feminist would never degrade another woman's CHOICE.