There's lots of different feminist groups. It's not as straightforward as just looking like a plumber.
I don't think it's not feminist to use every tool you have to succeed, and part of that is being a woman - presenting yourself in a certain way.
I consider myself a feminist living in a post-feminist era.
I don't consider myself as a feminist but more a humanist.
You can't be a woman and not be a feminist, I don't think. If you care about the world and the world you exist in and your rights.
I really am a feminist, though I never used to call myself that.
I felt it was really, really important, not just in the vein of feminist erasure or whatever but also just as an artist that I honored my work.
I think for a long time it seemed like working in an art form and being a feminist meant portraying women in a perfect, angelic light. And there's nothing feminist about that.
Madonna is a feminist and has been doing more for the cause than all the grumpy feminists, who are giving nothing back by being grumpy.
I am more feminist than feminists.
You could call me a 'card-carrying feminist,' if there were a card to carry.
It's self-deceptive to think we're in a post-feminist world when we never tried a feminist world.
I feel like a feminist is gender equality.
Feminists don't like me, and I don't like them.
I'm not a type of feminist who is afraid to be sexy.
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