The dictionary definition of feminism is “the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men.” However, feminism is a discussion, not a rulebook, and this is simply where the discussion starts. What does it mean to have political, social, and economic equality to men? What is the best way to achieve this goal? The feminist discussion is not something that began in the 1970s and it is not something that ended in the 1970s either.

I plan to flush this section out more fully in the future – and if you want to browse what I’ve written on the topic, take a look at the posts under my “feminism” category.


Key Posts on Feminism

Feminism Explained

The Problem with “Gender Roles”

What Feminism Means to Me


Resources on Feminism



Finally, a Feminist 101 Blog