A radical feminist typically has one or more of the following characteristics:
- insistence on censorship of opposing speakers, writers, or presentations, often done on the eve of an event without consideration of the disruption.[Citation Needed]
- expression of extreme offense at modest expressions of disagreement.[Citation Needed]
- seething hatred for anti-feminist personalities, such as Ann Coulter.[Citation Needed]
- contempt for women who serve in traditional family roles, such as housewives.[Citation Needed]
- lack of recognition of achievements, such as inventions, made possible by traditional family structures.[Citation Needed]
- belief that single mothers are capable of raising well-adjusted children without the influence of a stable father figure.[Citation Needed]
- insistence that the lifestyle, attitudes and customs of women should mirror exactly those of men.[Citation Needed]
- Regarding all men as potential rapists.
- rarely or never defers to the majority, or concedes defeat.
- seeks to alter language to reinforce feminist ideology.
- Over 25 years after the Equal Rights Amendment failed and its deadline passed, feminists are still trying to pass it.