Feminism is not a dirty word. The true definition of Feminism is 'to advocate for the equality of the sexes.'
Maisie Williams puts it best: ""And then someone explained [feminism] to me, and I remember thinking, 'Isn’t that just like everyone?'" she said. "And then I realised everyone is not a feminist, unfortunately. But I also feel like we should stop calling feminists 'feminists' and just start calling people whoaren’tfeminist 'sexist,' and then everyone else is just a human. You are either a normal person or a sexist."
As this article shows, men need to get on board with promoting gender equality and not be ashamed to do so. At the end of the day, any person who doesn't believe in gender equality is a sexist and for all the 'normal people' who do believe in gender equality, you all have a part to play in changing the world.
In order to achieve economic, political, and social harmony and equality, we all need to work together — no matter which gender we identify as. And we have proof that that's what it's going to take now, too: The conclusion of a new study from Cambridge academics asserts that men need to promote gender equality in the workplace if we're ever going to make any lasting, meaningful changes. And it turns out that there's a lot more they could be doing to assist us with that literally right this very minute.