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100 Percent Feminist

You are a true, die-hard feminist whose mission in life seems to revolve around the fight to secure equality and justice for all. Whether it's political, social, or economic, you believe strongly in the idea that chauvinistic society is toxic and want to dismantle patriarchy. You read books on feminism and march in protest, or would like to, and feel that the fate of our world rests squarely on your shoulders (and the shoulders of all the other die-hard feminists fighting the good fight).

80 Percent Feminist

You are a feminist at heart and work carefully on removing harmful ideologies and conditioning from your psyche. You understand how damaging the patriarchy is to all societies and fight to change perspectives of those around you whenever you have the chance.

50 Percent Feminist

You are a feminist at heart, but the topic doesn't make you feel angry most of the time. You can't help but feel that it's really not anyone's fault that things are the way they are. If the topic comes up, you feel free to express your opinions on feminism, but if it doesn't, you find yourself allowing the acceptance of chauvinistic ideas because they're what people are used to.

25 Percent Feminist

You don't like to think too deeply about it but agree with the fact that all genders should be equal in most things. Of course, not everything is always so cut and dried, and you can't always understand what the fuss is about. Sometimes you secretly wonder whether feminism is actually just as toxic as patriarchal society, but you would rather just go with the flow instead of delving deeper into such a controversial topic.

0 Percent Feminist

You don't get feminists, don't get their issues, and have trouble understanding what all the fuss is about. You think that women have their place, just like men do, and while you respect both genders equally, you also believe that everyone should accept their differences from each other and stop trying to be what they are not.