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  1. #11
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    Liberal Extremist
    You scored 33% Gender-Abolitionist, 100% Sexually Liberal, and 80 % Socialist
    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.
    Eh, I just wanted to add yet another reason to reform society. Egalitarian Libertarian Socialist awaaay!

    /should have gotten "Marxist" result

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    Gender Abolitionist

    You are the Gender Abolitionist type of feminist. This means that you feel the best way to destroy patriarchal oppression is to rid ourselves of misguided gender roles, and instead live in a society that does not make such marked assumptions about gender differences. The Gender Abolitionist is culturally radical, but rather conservative when it comes to sexual liberation and politics. You have a strong sense of human rights for all. In fact, you are actually a very moral person. You don't see people in terms of gender and are thus very philosophical in order to perceive the world in such a manner. You think people shouldn't identify others in terms of gender. When most people see a person, the first thing they think is "That person is a woman" or "That person is a man", but they do NOT think "That person is a short-fingernail". Most make someone's gender their IDENTITY, but fingernail length would never be considered part of their identity. A gender abolitionist would claim gender should be like fingernail length--it shouldn't be part of someone's identity. By making gender a part of identity, difference is emphasized and oppression is often justified. Thus, gender shouldn't be regarded to such a large extent by society. You are mostly concerned with seeing women become fully equalized with men by eliminating gender roles, as these roles oppress women.

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    The latter half is too extreme for me. I do tend to approach people as individuals - not a gender, a race, a nationality, etc, but that doesn't mean I see all aspects of gender roles as bad. Roles serve a purpose for needed structure in society, and that can include gender roles, mainly in private, personal relationships though. It becomes more problematic in the public sphere where people are better dealt with in terms of their individual strengths, flaws & general nature. So I'm more about finding a balance between these structures & individual needs & potential. I don't think gender should be identity, nor do I think it's fully separate from identity. It's rather naive to think gender, whether nature or nurture, has NO effect on identity, but it's equally naive to think it's as defining as some stricter gender roles make it out to be. I think most current feminist issues in the western world are about mentalities people hold, things ingrained into the structure of our society, far less the legal or economic arenas. I think entertainment & philosophies bring to light where sexism lingers way more than laws & policies do. These areas are where personal attitudes come out, when people stop putting on politically correct fronts, but the attitude is still influential and harmful.
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    Liberal

    50% Gender-Abolitionist
    100% Sexually Liberal
    20 % Socialist

    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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    This fits. I get annoyed by both sides (quite strongly actually) at the "DOWN WITH GENDER" and "BE GENDER NORMAL" crowds. Happy medium anyone? I try and be pragmatic about most things, as that is usually what ends up being the most productive. As far as what people do in the bedroom and their bodies? I couldn't care less.
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    Liberal

    You scored 50% Gender-Abolitionist, 100% Sexually Liberal, and 20 % Socialist

    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).
    I am not mainly concerned with sexual liberation. I just don't give a shit who and where people choose to fuck.

    For some questions, I disagreed with all options and so ended up choosing the slightly more agreeable one.

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    ^yeah, same here. I didn't find this to be a very useful test, actually.

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    Your result for The Feminism Test ...
    Liberal
    You scored 33% Gender-Abolitionist, 100% Sexually Liberal, and 0 % Socialist
    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).

    Your Analysis (Vertical line = Average)
    Gender Distribution
    You scored 33% on Gender, higher than 10% of your peers.
    Sexuality Distribution
    You scored 100% on Sexuality, higher than 72% of your peers.
    Class Distribution
    You scored 0% on Class, higher than 20% of your peers.

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    Should have been more options. Had the same issue as Ivy and Nicodemus, so I only agree with about 75% of my result. The remaining 25% is much more radical than I am.


    Your result for The Feminism Test ...
    Gender-Liberal
    You scored 67% Gender-Abolitionist, 60% Sexually Liberal, and 20 % 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.
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    yeah, it's definitely not a perfect gauge of one's feminism but better than the other test.

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    This is true. At least it acknowledges that there's not one big monolithic thing called Feminism where all the people in the group think and believe the same things. Still pretty ham-fisted though.

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    Gender-Liberal
    You scored 83% Gender-Abolitionist, 80% Sexually Liberal, and 20 % 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.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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