Feminism is not a lifestyle. Feminism is not an I-dentity.
Feminism is not about personal self-assessments of empowerment wherein individual women learn to feel good about themselves–while women as a class are substantially deprived of intellectual authority and socio-political influence.
Feminism is not about formal equality with men, such that women emulate male behavior and strive for male-defined “success.”
Feminism is not about the infinite inclusion of social causes within our purview.
Feminism is not about fantasies of revolution, mysticism, or the divine feminine.
Feminism is political. Feminism’s subject is the class women.
Feminist analysis is directed at political structures, institutions, and principles of social organization.
Feminism deconstructs, with ultimate the purpose of destroying, artificial power relations between the sexes.
Feminist action aims to improve the status and lives of women as a class by confronting the social structures that support male supremacy.