In order to be feminist, you need to get rid of the patriarchal system.
This is why, for example, you can’t be a “feminist” in the workplace.
We’ve all been there.
But it’s the way the world is and the way we’ve always been.
If you want to be taken seriously as a feminist, though, you’re going to have to change your attitude to the gender wage gap, to women’s reproductive rights, to sexual assault and rape, to systemic racism and homophobia.
But that’s going to require a different kind of feminism.
We need a new feminism that recognizes and embraces the humanity of women and their lives, and is also interested in the systemic injustice that’s created by patriarchy.
It can’t just be about women getting paid a lot more than men for doing the same job, or about women having the same rights as men.
This kind of feminist feminism needs to address systemic oppression of women, and we need to do it in ways that respect their humanity.
We have to break the power of men and women and break the idea that women are objects to be sold and exploited and used and used by men.
You can’t take the feminist argument for granted, and you shouldn’t.
It is an urgent call.
It demands more than just talking about gender equality, which is a good thing, but it also demands an acknowledgement of the ways in which our world is built around male supremacy and white supremacy.
And the feminist arguments against patriarchy are the ones that will ultimately convince men that feminism is the only way to be good feminists.