Feminists: Strong, independent women who need someone (mostly men) to fix everything for them that they don't like and take care of their needs from cradle to grave.
They also want the government to keep it's laws off their bodies. Unless it's Obamacare. In which case, they want the government to apply thousands of regulations written by faceless bureaucrats (mostly men) to their bodies as often as possible.
They are women who admire self-made women who pulled themselves up by the bootstraps and worked their way up from the bottom to become happy and successful, multi-faceted, talented winners. Unless it's Sarah Palin or any number of other Conservative women.
Their idea of a strong, successful woman is Hillary Clinton whose only accomplishment was latching onto a successful man who has done nothing but (and continues to) humiliate her for 40 years.
Or Michelle Obama, who was handed a made-up $122,000/year job at a hospital for which she had no credentials and no experience - just for marrying the up-and-coming state Senator, Barack Obama. When Barack became a US Senator, her salary suddenly leapt to $317,000/year. I'm sure that it was because she did such a great job.
Oh, and the hospital just happened to receive over $1 million after Barack became a US Senator. And for some odd reason eliminated the position after she left.
Debbie Wasserman-Shulz, Nancy Pelosi, Barbara Boxer...the stories of these feminists are almost always the same: everything handed to them on a silver platter. Usually by men.
But Feminists can look at all of this and see nothing - absolutely nothing -that disagrees with their "strong, independent, feminist" narrative.
It's almost like they're using this narrative to advance a Leftist agenda. Either that or they're insane. It's a toss-up.