Women who think they are better than men.
Women who hate men.
Someone who believes in achieving political, economic, personal, and social rights for women.
Someone who believes in equality for all women but understands that sexism, class oppression, gender identity, and racism all play a role in achieving such equality.
No, I believe that White women are oppressed more than other marginalized groups of women.
Yes, I believe all women are equally oppressed.
Women are not oppressed.
No, Women of Color are disproportionately oppressed compared to White women.
Serve a purpose, men and women have distinct social roles to play and should not go outside of those roles.
Contribute to the patriarchy and reinforces the power that men have over women.
Are ingrained in us from a young age but only limits and constricts people to reach their full potential.
Combined with racism makes breaking out of those roles more difficult for people.
That women become equal through their own actions and choices.
That gender, class, and racism affect women’s rights and should be acknowledged when addressing women’s rights.
Women already have more than they should.
That society needs to be reordered and male supremacy eliminated.
I agree that Women of Color and non-cis gendered women are often overlooked.
I agree, but men need to be disempowered for women to be empowered.
Disagree, I believe that no one specific group is being overlooked.
Disagree with this statement, all women are plenty empowered.
No, it will only be equal when men are out of the equation.
Yes, it has always been equal.
No, we still have a long way to go.
No, especially when it comes to working class women, poor women, and/or Women of Color.