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How Much Of A Feminist Are You?

Find out just how woke you really are.

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Follow along with these participants to find out how much you know about modern feminism:

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  1. 1. Check all that apply.

    I would be willing to give up some of my salary if I had to, so that equal pay in my workplace could be a reality.
    I believe that men and women should be equal.
    I can’t help but be bothered when a song includes misogynistic lyrics, even when I otherwise like the song.
    I know who Bell Hooks is.
    I can define intersectional feminism.
    I don’t use the phrase “hey guys” when referring to a group of people that includes men and women.
    I have taken a women’s and/or gender studies class.
    I think it’s important to encourage girls to pursue science and math as a career.
    Women should be allowed to apply for a job if they fulfill 60% of the job requirements.
    I think we should change women’s bathroom symbols to not include traditionally “feminine” clothing (skirts, dresses, etc).
    I believe trans people should be able to use whichever bathroom they identify with.
    I believe it’s important to encourage women to negotiate.
    I believe Jennifer Lawrence should earn as much as her male costars.
    I do not think a movie should be released unless it passes the Bechdel test.
    I believe all genders are entitled to the same social and political rights.
    I can explain why “78 cents to the dollar” is not a fully accurate description of the gender wage gap.
    I believe that women who possess certain types of privilege are responsible for advocating for women who don’t have their level of privilege.
    If I had a daughter, I would encourage her to be anything she wanted to be.
    I would make it clear to my daughter from an early age that her identity should never be defined by her relationship status.
    I believe it’s important to compliment a woman’s intelligence over her looks.
    I believe that a woman has the right to choose what happens to her body.
    In an instance of sexual assault against a female, I am inclined to believe the assaulted person is telling the truth until proven otherwise.
    I can explain Marlene Dietrich’s influence on women’s fashion.
    I know what a “Bad Feminist” is.
    I believe that women should be able to dress however they want without it dictating how they are treated by society.
    I have never said that a woman “asked for it.”
    I am offended by catcalling.
    I don’t think women should get VIP treatment at nightclubs and bars, just for being women.
    I think police brutality and its correlation with race is a feminist issue.
    I think we should stop promoting models as the ideal female body type.
    I think we should stop photoshopping women’s bodies in the media.
    I have never called a woman bossy.
    I think companies should offer more child-friendly time and programs to women who are having children.
    I believe that a woman should be offered the same opportunities for promotion as her male co-workers.
    I believe that if a woman wants to pay on a date, her date should let her.
    I believe that women should have easy access to birth control.
    I believe that in a relationship the domestic duties should be shared.
    I think that a couple should have equal responsibility over the aesthetic and cleanliness of their home.
    I believe that men should be encouraged to be involved and make choices in the wedding planning process.
    I believe that men and women have the same emotional strength.
    I do not think that it is the responsibility of a man to protect a woman physically.
    I believe that men and women should be equally encouraged to express their emotions.
    I have never asked a woman why she does not have children.
    I would be equally excited to have a son or a daughter.
    I think American workplace culture is often not structured in a way that is helpful or encouraging to women succeeding.
    I think women have a responsibility to help and encourage other women to pursue their goals.
    I think women are equally capable to men to be the President of the United States.
    I believe that women have no responsibility to make a conscious effort to always be friendly and polite.
    I have never criticized a woman for not wearing makeup or wearing too much makeup.
    I believe a woman is a woman if that is what she calls herself, regardless of her physical attributes and makeup.

How Much Of A Feminist Are You?

You know your fair share about women's rights and suffrage, but hey, it never hurts to learn a little more!

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You are pretty woke and you definitely try and stay informed about what's going on in the world of feminism, and how you can make it better.

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You're super in-tune with what's going on in the world–especially when it comes to feminist issues. Keep doing you and stay woke.

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You are a total feminist. Not only are you not afraid to lean in, but you educate yourself in feminist history and support women fully and wholeheartedly. Keep fighting the good fight!

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