What makes a self-identified feminist?
Is it a sense of entitlement, or a sense that you’re entitled to an unfair share of the world?
What makes you a feminist?
And how do you get there?
Read more about the latest fashion trends here: Self-expression, gender equality, and fashionThe self-described feminist has been an elusive topic in recent times, and even if it had, I doubt that the general public would care.
If they did, they would be confused and irritated.
And if they did get it, it would be like saying that you know what’s best for everyone else, but you just don’t care.
This is why we need to keep the discussion going.
There’s a reason that this is the best time to talk about it.
The self was invented by the self-proclaimed feminists of the 20th century.
And it’s not going away anytime soon.
It’s not even going to go away for a very long time.
As women, we’re often treated with disdain, and we’re sometimes judged harshly for our choices.
And that’s a shame.
But that’s also why we’re here today.
And I’m not here to talk politics.
I’m here to tell you that you don’t have to be a self and that there’s a lot you can do to be empowered, empowered and empowered for yourself.