This weekends women marched around the globe with a sea change message for all of the world to witness. We are not on this earth to serve the greater good of patriarchy and our purpose in life is not to wait hand and foot on our fathers, husbands, brothers, uncle’s or sons.
We are not working in the corporate or blue collar markets simply to assist the big bosses in their climb to the top whilst our contributions go unnoticed. We are equals to our male counterparts in what ever situations we find ourselves in whether out of choice or circumstances and our presence is not an affront to the male population’s collective ego. We call this narrative feminism.
So with that being said, what exactly is feminism? What does practicing feminism look like for a woman but not a man and is there even a dichotomy between the two? We think we know the common sense answers but common sense has less to with anything common viz. stupidity.
Such posited questions are multifaceted thus there are no right answers. The laws of thermal energy or Newton’s laws of gravity are not subject to the practice of feminism. Being a feminist is not about having commonly shared ideas and opinions of what is and is not proper feminism as if comparative to a religion or cult.
The questions are subject to the dynamics people find themselves in and the for me being a feminist is not very complicated. If you believe women are entitled and equal to men in any regard you just might be a feminist.
Just because a woman voted for Trump doesn’t mean she’s not a feminist. And if such said woman did vote for Trump and didn’t think the Women’s march was a safe space to express her views on conservative issues then what dear Cesare does?