Since feminism is immensely misunderstood, I'd like to set the record straight about what feminism is and what it isn't.
Feminism is, at its core, about feminine qualities being as equally valued as masculine qualities. Feminine traits are widely described as:
I'm not at all arguing that some women don't possess some masculine qualities. Physical gender is not necessarily a manifestation of a person's dominant gender energetically. There are, of course, very masculine females in the world just as there are very feminine males. There's nothing wrong with that. What is wrong is that many women think they won't be valued or achieve greatness unless they adopt masculine traits.
The vast majority of us are not 100% masculine or 100% feminine; we have a mixture of these qualities. For example, I am very logical while making big decision. I make charts, spreadsheets, and perform statistical tests before coming to conclusions. However, I am also extremely empathetic. That duality of feminine and masculine qualities is present within all of us!
Thus, feminism is not just for women. It's for everyone. Think about how the world would change if everyone embraced their feminine qualities just as society adores the masculine qualities. The entire world balance would shift completely. For too long, we have been stuck in a patriarchal system because masculine qualities have forced their way onto a pedestal while feminine qualities have been belittled and beaten down. If we all accepted that our feminine traits are just as important as our masculine ones, we would truly achieve gender equality once and for all.