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    Oh my god I hate you. I'm not supposed to be posting! Can't. Resist. Online. Quizzes...

    You scored 67% Gender-Abolitionist, 100% Sexually Liberal, and 60 % Socialist
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    You are the Revisionist Feminist! You are, by far, the most philosophical, the most sexually-liberated, and the most politically extreme variety of feminist. You are very, very freedom-oriented. You abhor oppression in all forms. For instance, your views on sexual liberation and reproductive control adequately reflect your devotion to personal freedom. Not only that, but you also feel gender needs to be destroyed to maximize equality and freedom, because accepting socially-constructed gender roles binds women into false categories and places upon them an unneeded identity. Gender should not be a part of one's identity, but rather an irrelevant aspect of their physical bodies, such as their hair length or nose shape. Not only that, but Revisionist Feminists are political extremists and feel very strongly that the oppression of class society is a big part of the cause of women's oppression. Basically, a Revisionist feels that cultural ideas of gender, political class, and repressive sexual morality all work together to oppress women, and the only way to truly escape this oppression is to challenge all of these problems directly and extremely. You are a Marxist, a Gender Abolitionist, and a Liberal Feminist all rolled into one.



    Pretty much.
     
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    No surprise here, based on my age and experience.

    Your result for The Feminism Test ...
    Liberal

    You scored 50% Gender-Abolitionist, 100% Sexually Liberal, and 0 % Socialist
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    You are the Liberal Feminist. This means that you tend to think the women's movement would best succeed through legislative changes to the system as opposed to radically restructuring our governments or ideas on gender. You tend to be mainly concerned with sexual liberation, and think that much of the oppression of women is leveled against them as a result of oppressive sexual morality. Men who sleep around are pimps and women are whores. You would claim that the negativity associated with a female's sexual freedom is only a blatant attempt to repress femininity into a submissive role. Also, you probably believe women should have access to reproductive controls such as abortion and contraception. You most likely embody the ideals of the typical American Democrat: you are pro-choice, sexually liberated, and politically active (though your political views aren't very extreme)
     
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    Your result for The Feminism Test ...
    Gender-Liberal

    You scored 83% Gender-Abolitionist, 100% Sexually Liberal, and 20 % Socialist
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    You are the Gender-Liberal. This means that you share qualities with both Liberal Feminists and Gender Abolitionists. Like the Liberal Feminist, you feel political change needs to be done on a small-scale level through legislative change, not necessarily through a massive destruction of class society through the adoption of an extremist socialist stance. You are also very concerned with sexual liberation, and feel that women should be free to do what they please sexually without criticism, just as men should be free to do. However, you differ from the Liberal Feminist culturally, because you see gender as a social construction that needs to be destroyed. Like the Gender Abolitionist, you realize that gender is often perceived as one's identity, when it should only be perceived as a small, insignificant part of that person. We shouldn't be able to say "This person IS a woman". Rather one should say something more akin to "This person HAS the physical traits of a woman". This way, we wouldn't be assuming someone's physical traits are a part of their identity, and we couldn't use this difference to oppress them or categorize them. In short, you advocate extreme cultural change through the destruction of gender roles, but politically you are less extreme, instead focusing on individual or legislative change as opposed to a massive change of ideology.
     
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    Gender-Liberal

    You scored 100% Gender-Abolitionist, 60% Sexually Liberal, and 40 % Socialist


    The picture scared the crap out of me, so I left it off.
     
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    There is actually a jewelry store in my area that has billboards up that say things like: 'wife insurance' with a picture of a diamond ring and 'love bait' with a pair of diamond earrings on a hook.
    How very throw-back..
    and yet unfortunately, they are still profiting..
     
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    Liberal Extremist

    You scored 50% Gender-Abolitionist, 100% Sexually Liberal, and 60 % Socialist
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    You are the liberal extremist. You possess typical views of the Liberal feminist in that you are pro-choice, sexually liberated, and generally leftist, but you are a lot more extreme. You may believe that sexual repression mirrors the oppression of women or that traditional sexual morality often hinders women's freedom. You also believe that our governmental structures need to be radically reshaped to reflect a socialist or communist ideology in order to best relieve the oppression of women. For you, the oppression of women is directly caused by a class society's oppression of its lower classes. Subtle legislation or individual changes would not be enough to grant women true freedom from the patriarchy. Instead, the government needs to rid itself of class inequalities. Another way to describe your stance is to say you are a Marxist Feminist. Sexual liberation and radical politics best describe your stance.
     
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    Your result for The Feminism Test ...
    Gender-Liberal

    You scored 83% Gender-Abolitionist, 60% Sexually Liberal, and 40 % Socialist
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    You are the Gender-Liberal. This means that you share qualities with both Liberal Feminists and Gender Abolitionists. Like the Liberal Feminist, you feel political change needs to be done on a small-scale level through legislative change, not necessarily through a massive destruction of class society through the adoption of an extremist socialist stance. You are also very concerned with sexual liberation, and feel that women should be free to do what they please sexually without criticism, just as men should be free to do. However, you differ from the Liberal Feminist culturally, because you see gender as a social construction that needs to be destroyed. Like the Gender Abolitionist, you realize that gender is often perceived as one's identity, when it should only be perceived as a small, insignificant part of that person. We shouldn't be able to say "This person IS a woman". Rather one should say something more akin to "This person HAS the physical traits of a woman". This way, we wouldn't be assuming someone's physical traits are a part of their identity, and we couldn't use this difference to oppress them or categorize them. In short, you advocate extreme cultural change through the destruction of gender roles, but politically you are less extreme, instead focusing on individual or legislative change as opposed to a massive change of ideology.
     
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    Is "radical" the most extreme result? I think there should be an option for those who are sexist to the same degree as male chauvinists; that is, believing that women are superior, and that men should be generally subordinated.



    My result:
     
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    Revisionist Feminist! or maybe liberal extremist are probably the most extreme results. But I don't think there is an equivilent to male chauvenism in the quiz because female chauvenism is pretty much antithetical to actual feminism... feminism meaning equality for all, and no societal hierarchy based on gender or sex. No one is superior.


    Doesn't appear that female chauvenists are taken very seriously in feminist circles.. what's the sense of flipping the coin on oppression? Doesn't solve anything.
     
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    As "feminism" becomes the accepted norm, I think a different word should be used, like "antisexism." Support for equality is no longer exclusive to females, and it doesn't make much sense to name a gender-neutral position after a specific gender.
     
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    Feminazi is the term you want. I doubt anyone here will get that seeing as how the owners are male, the admins are all male and nearly all the mods excepting one is a male. A feminazi wouldn't like that set out.

    Unless someone wants to go fully extreme.
     
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    Good idea.. I had not thought of that.
     
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    I don't care who owns this forum who admins it or who moderates it. I had considered your railings sexist trolling that is not considered as such because you do own this forum, and for that reason I had also considered quitting this forum altogether, but decided not to. None of the other admins or moderators conduct themselves in such a manner.
     
  15. Shai Gar

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    I'm not an Admin. Nor am I the only owner.

    I'm not sexist either, I simply hate the way society is built up to protect some over others in every facet of its being. I always position myself against those legislated against, or where the legislation is greater protecting a group than another group, I position myself against that group. I hate the Australian governments and societies reactive "politically correct" public relations stunting stances, so I verbally act out against them, even when it's not obvious that's the reason I'm doing it.

    You weren't the best example you could have made, because you misread what I said. I was talking about what a Female Chauvinist would have done, in response to what could be perceived as a male run site. You're talking about what a girl would have almost done in response to a perceived male chauvinist leadership. Different things completely.

    As stated by my result, which was fairly accurate, I care nothing for Feminism. I stand for complete gender equality.
     
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    Housewife

    You scored 17% Gender-Abolitionist, 20% Sexually Liberal, and 20 % Socialist

    You are the housewife feminist. You aren't very philosophical or political, but rather personal and practical. Housewife feminists feel there is no need to drastically restructure society or government in order to help women. You tend to feel that individuals can make their own lives better, and restructuring society is either pointless or too extreme to achieve these goals. You are also a very moral type of person, and tend to see the plight of women through a moral lens, not wanting to oppress others in woman's attempt to relieve their oppression. You also tend to see men and women as being very different from each other, and certainly not as equals. Some housewife feminists will even see women as superior to men because they have better qualities, such as more compassion. Normally, you would probably be classified as the "Cultural" feminist, because you emphasize the differences between men and women, tend to lack political motivation, and are not concerned with sexual liberation. I have called this position the housewife feminist, however, because someone in this category could easily be confused with a '50s housewife--simple, non-political, accepting gender roles, holding traditional moral values, and having little sexual liberation. However, it is important to note that this does not mean the housewife feminist isn't concerned with the women's movement. Rather, they are concerned for women as individuals and see the radical philosophies of other feminists as impractical or misguided. You resemble a '50s housewife on the surface, but beneath the exterior beats the heart of a true feminist.
     
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    Gender-Liberal

    You scored 83% Gender-Abolitionist, 60% Sexually Liberal, and 40 % Socialist
     
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    Gender-Liberal

    You scored 83% Gender-Abolitionist, 100% Sexually Liberal, and 0 % Socialist

    You are the Gender-Liberal. This means that you share qualities with both Liberal Feminists and Gender Abolitionists. Like the Liberal Feminist, you feel political change needs to be done on a small-scale level through legislative change, not necessarily through a massive destruction of class society through the adoption of an extremist socialist stance. You are also very concerned with sexual liberation, and feel that women should be free to do what they please sexually without criticism, just as men should be free to do. However, you differ from the Liberal Feminist culturally, because you see gender as a social construction that needs to be destroyed. Like the Gender Abolitionist, you realize that gender is often perceived as one's identity, when it should only be perceived as a small, insignificant part of that person. We shouldn't be able to say "This person IS a woman". Rather one should say something more akin to "This person HAS the physical traits of a woman". This way, we wouldn't be assuming someone's physical traits are a part of their identity, and we couldn't use this difference to oppress them or categorize them. In short, you advocate extreme cultural change through the destruction of gender roles, but politically you are less extreme, instead focusing on individual or legislative change as opposed to a massive change of ideology.


    cheers,
    Ian
     
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    I like that term my dude. I have also heard the term referred to as humanism.

    Ever tried goggling the masculinist movement? Interesting stuff.
     
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    I think it is sometimes necessary to give one group extra protection under the law. But I think this should be transitory for the most part, a way of establishing equality were there once was non.

    Yeah I dislike that as well.

    Here, here! But I sometimes think that because there are differences between men and women that the manifestation of equality is sometimes ambiguous. Maternity leave is a good example.
     
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