Yeah I like the entire concept of early French feminism because they realized waaaaaay back before third wave feminism in America that feminists could still look pretty, and that being sexual in any way you wanted to be was part of being feminist.
Americans made feminism - particularly during second wave feminism - something that had to be hard, masculine...basically an imitation of men. I don't think that's the answer.
But I do respect lesbians/transgender/queer women and other women who embrace a more masculine persona, and their intrinsic right as free people to live as they see fit.
I'm just saying that feminism need not be confused with "aggressive" and "asexual or homosexual" and the French realized that almost a century before we collectively did in the States.