To me, it’s not Aziz Ansari’s feminism that bothers me. It’s the overcongratulatory attitude some people have towards men when they declare that they’re feminists. An award called “The Good Guy Award” actually exists for male allies of the feminist movement. It especially bothers me when people give kudos to men for becoming feminists either because they’re girlfriend or wife persuaded them, or worse, THEY HAVE DAUGHTERS. It bugs the shit out of me when men expect kudos when they become allies to the movement because they want to create a better life for their daughter. Well, feminism wants to create a better life for all women. I didn’t become a feminist because I had a daughter. I became one because I got tired of the influence the hetereopatriarchy has in our world and I wanted to do my part in helping eradicating that by any means necessary for ALL women, not just the ones who are related to me.