Feminist style

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A radical feminist typically has the following characteristics:

  • avoids using the word "girl" to refer to a grown woman
  • in fiction movies, portrays nearly all the women as flawless and strong, and nearly all the men as flawed and weak
  • in movies based on fact, distorts the facts to remove the villainous women and/or flaws in the women portrayed, and distorts the role of men
  • insists on censorship of opposing speakers, writers, or presentations, often done on the eve of an event without consideration of the disruption
  • expresses extreme offense at modest expressions of disagreement
  • exhibits seething hatred for women who do not toe the feminist line, such as Ann Coulter
  • lacks a sense of humor
  • Bossy and self-centered
  • displays contempt for women who serve in traditional family roles, such as housewives
  • lacks recognition of achievements, such as inventions, made possible by traditional family structures
  • believes that single mothers are as capable of raising well-adjusted children without the influence of a stable father figure as are traditional families
  • insists that the lifestyle, attitudes, and customs of women should mirror exactly those of men and vice versa
  • regards all men as potential rapists[1]
  • rarely or never defers to the majority, or concedes defeat[2]
  • seeks to alter language to reinforce feminist ideology.
  • encourage stereotypes to justify their intolerance



  1. French, M. cited in Morrow, L. Second Drafts of History: Essays; Basic Books; Cambridge. Page 306, (2007)
  2. Over 25 years after the Equal Rights Amendment failed and its deadline passed, feminists are still trying to pass it.

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