Finally, feminism is just a label, as are all the labels we have for the various forms of prejudice: racism, sexism, anti-semitism, etc. And while Engineer is correct that feminism and civil rights are not the same movement (though they share some common roots), women's rights are civil rights. Moreover, they are human rights, same as rights for blacks or Jews or gays or handicapped, or any other identifiable group. Rex may not "feel the need to compartmentalize injustice", but that may be the only way we have made what progress we have. I hope we are coming closer to the ideal of simply seeing each person as the individual they are, without making assumptions or imposing artificial limitations based upon the categories they fall in.