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Sunday, August 11, 2002

The answer depends on how you define feminism. I happen to consider myself a traditional feminist, that is, someone who believe that men and women should enjoy the same rights, and that discrimination based on gender is wrong. I think most people of our generation would consider themselves feminists if feminism were defined in this way as being a component of humanism. What I do not subscribe to are the more fanciful notions of feminism that are bandied about nowadays, particularly on college campuses. You know what I'm referring to.