Denise: Is it still useful to call oneself a feminist even in the broadest definition of the term? It seems that it may only ever set up women in opposition to their family and children, as being a member of a family requires sacrifices to be made by every member and when we champion women's wants and needs they inevitably clash with others wants and needs (particularly those of the child). Could it be more useful to be something like a "familyist" where we balance everybody's needs in context, build in the assumption of duty to one another and not champion individualism?
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