If you don’t know yet, there are 4 ways to relate to Feminism. And here they are:
FEMINIST: This is not a gender. It is an ideology. It includes women and men, who have fought and continue to fight to ensure that laws and social norms allow girls and women equal rights and access to all things, to life in general, like boys and men have.
FEMINIST HATER: This is also not a gender. It is an ideology. It consists of men and enough women who don’t like the idea of men and women as equal beings with equal rights and opportunities in all fields. They quite like the gender hierarchy with men on top, ruling, owning, dominating, inflicting violence, exploiting, killing women. The men support this ideology because, obviously the system offers them a built in advantage. The women who support it is because they have become unhealthily addicted to their low-life position, and somehow have their brains programed into thinking that this is reality and it is their job to defend and further it. Hence this group obviously hates Feminists.
FEMINIST USER: That is also not a gender. These are men and women who either directly or indirectly (through their daughter, mother etc) use the rights that women and girls are already entitled to because feminists have fought for these rights. They don’t hate or love feminists. They may appreciate what Feminists have done, but don’t want to be a part of the battle to continue leveling the gender playing field. So they find themselves a nice, cosy, comfortable corner from where they watch the battle, and mark out and use the rights that are easily available and usable. “Feminist users” are important to society! For it is only when rights are used, that they are strengthened.
SHAMELESS FEMINIST USER: My friend however falls into this last category. This again is not a gender but an ideology. These are women and men who want all available rights and equal opportunities, for themselves directly or indirectly, i.e. for their daughters, wives, etc. Like the Feminist Users they don’t like to be a part of the battle for these rights, they just use whatever is easily available. However, where they differ is in that they shamelessly curse the very people who fought for the rights that they use, and that they hope will help their daughters’ lives in the future!