Feminism has nothing to do with claiming women are physically as strong.
It is simply about equal rights for women.
You earlier on in this thread agreed with VP posting "i dont believe in treating women like equals because i dont believe in equality ".
How can you claim to be a feminist, while at the same time agreeing with the above quote?
I'm just curious.
But I did say that in my first post. Women contribute to society and therefore should reap the same benefits and privileges that men do. Equal pay, same protections under the law, etc. Additionally, I believe women should have full rights and autonomy over their bodies and should have access to abortion if they need it. VP was talking in a social/romantic context, at least that's what I was getting, and I agreed with him.
But maybe we're just arguing semantics. Perhaps when I say complementary that means equal to you?