I'm sorry but that kind of logic is extremely bad. Arguing that feminism is the same as egalitarianism is not only incorrect since feminism is mostly focused on women-centric issues, but also dismisses the roots and history of feminism, which was to help women attain rights they couldn't attain otherwise. Moreover plenty of feminists are openly non-egalitarian, as some discriminate against men, or openly go against a certain set of people who they believe should not have the same rights as them (for example transgender people for TERFs). So I disagree with this notion that egalitarians and feminists are the same, especially in a world where feminism is a very large umbrella with a lot of different people having a lot of different opinions about how matters should be handled, with some members purposefully going against some egalitarian ideals. So while in theory, egalitarians could automatically be considered feminists if we were to go by textual definitions, I feel that in practice it's very different, and how people address "equality" is very different according to who you're speaking to, and perhaps an egalitarian and feminist would actually end up disagreeing on some subject matters because of that difference.pretty much every woman who seeks a life that isn't sucking shit out of a gutter is a feminist, even if she hasn't self-categorized or been categorized yet.
And yes, even "egalitarians" are feminists. That's just libfem with a man-friendly hat.
I feel it's important to make the difference between things and carefully choose what you subscribe to in terms of ideology. Making your own research is better than believing in someone telling you that you automatically belong in an ideology if you believe X.
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