1. Feminist movements gave me the right to vote.
2. I enjoy consensual sex with men.
3. I respect men, and expect the same.
4. I enjoy waxing, but think everyone deserves the right to groom their body as they see fit.
5. Being a woman in certain science or math fields is still seen as “more impressive” than if a man did it.
6. Gender should never be disregarded, I want to be able to value my femininity, not be labeled genderless to be seen as equal.
7. I don’t want future generations to need to protest.
8. I want the right to decorate (or not to decorate) my body.
9. I want all political views to be respected.
10. I may have all the rights I need, but many others don’t.
11. I may never have been raped, but many other women have.
12. I want all women to have the freedom to choose whether show off or cover their bodies.
13. I would like to continue having access to birth control.
14. All women should be able to choose whether they want to use birth control.
15. I am free to express my opinions on abortion, and personally believe in a woman’s right to chose for herself.
16. I have friends of both genders, who I expect to respect each other.
17. My career choices are my own, but all women should have the ability to pursue any direction they wish.
18. I like wearing lipstick.
19. I like to decorate myself.
20. I don’t like to decorate myself.
21. If a woman chooses to be a housewife, she should be just as well regarded as those who have an office job.
22. (See 21).
23. I want to have children.
24. I want to have as many children at whatever age I want.
25. I want to skip number 25 if I see fit.
26. I may or may not care for politics personally, and that is my choice.
27. I want to enjoy cooking and cleaning without being viewed as domestic or womanly.
28. I have the right to choose my own diet.
29. I am embracing my freedom of religion, and would like all others to be able to do the same.
30. I can listen to whatever music I want to.
31. I do not live in a country that practices genital mutilation, but want the suffering to end for women elsewhere.
32. I may not have an eating disorder, but want women to stop feeling stifled by expectations put on their bodies.
33. I am anti-pornography.
34. I am pro-pornography.
35. I may make as much money as my male counterparts, but want to fight for all those women making less than their male counterparts.
36. I am not living in poverty, and want my economic freedom to continue.
37. I read fashion magazines.
38. I believe in a woman’s right to alter her body as she sees fit.
39. By believing in feminist ideals and what they offer me and have offered me, I need feminism.