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On the way home from work recently, a friend and I discussed a rally I’d attended at the Supreme Court building to defend women’s access to contraceptives.

As I described my disenchantment with the numerous anti-choice supporters who were also protesting that day, an older gentlemen sitting across from me gave me a puzzled glance.

She thinks she's just as entitled to an orgasm as you are, which will make sex really fun if you're good in bed or very confusing if you're not. Just don't act totally shocked when she's equally as polite and holds it for you. She will debate anyone she meets who says they aren't a feminist or expresses anti-feminist sentiments. If you think Beyoncé can't dance in a revealing outfit call herself a feminist, you are wrong, but I'm happy to explain to you why that is if you actually want to know. Seriously, would you want to date someone who believed anything less?

And if you make it, I will think you are both uncreative and kind of a dick. It's not 1962 (and let's be honest, no one thought it was funny then either.) 6. She's happy to teach you about feminism if you're happy to learn. This isn't a competition for which gender had been treated more unfairly, but if it were, women will win every time. If you seriously believe we're all equal and feminism is unnecessary, keep walking. Clearly it is not "reading literally any news website." 14. Feminists are the most amazing people on the planet because we believe in equality for all genders, races, sexual orientations, you name it.

The men who comprise my recent dating history are by no means “bad” men, but they clearly did not respect or reciprocate my desire for independence and equality — socially, politically and financially — for myself and all women.

Admittedly, I voiced my passion for these issues quite vocally but, for me, this was the same as discussing my favorite band or sports team: a piece of myself I wanted my partner to understand.

I’ve found that, for an outspoken, pro-choice feminist woman in her early twenties, the pool of eligible bachelors is even shallower.

Undermining men’s traditional role as “family breadwinner” and making them feel unappreciated is the goal of feminist ideology, but maybe it’s become an unintended effect.

I dated a guy who hated when I would do this and you will never guess how quickly I dumped him because haha no. If you don't identify as a feminist already, you should figure out why that is before going for her.

Do you think she should make less than you make for doing the exact same job?

Turns out, I’m not alone in thinking that feminist men are hard to find.

While women may unite and rejoice in the opportunities and advancements feminism has afforded us, men are not as quick to do so.

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