Personally I wouldn’t identify myself as a feminist, but I can relate to feminists on certain topics. For an example the Women’s March on Washington against Trump; no matter who you were everyone came together to fight back and gain back the rights that shouldn’t be taken in the first place. Women 100% have control over their bodies. After listening to the TED talk it made me question the idea of what qualifies someone to be a feminist. Do they have to talk a specific, have a specific look… ?No a feminist can act or look any way; you could walk past millions of feminists a day and not even realize it. (Sorry if this may offend some)There is no such thing as a “perfect feminist”. Referring back to Gay’s speech just because a woman doesn’t want to do the “manly work” doesn’t mean that they are a “fake” feminist it just means that they are a normal person. The different readings from multiple perspectives of what constitutes a feminist made me come to the conclusion that no one person can tell you if you are or aren’t a feminist. As Roxanne Gay says “we are people with different genders, backgrounds, sexualities… but we need to accept everyone and close the gap”. Feminism is an ongoing behavior and we all need accept one another and keep striving to the top. Within the “Dig Deep Reading” Sandberg says that “women need to seek high level corporate jobs.. women will improve once there are more women everywhere”. Women are women and we need to accept and encourage all instead of competing with one another. Feminism isn’t a scary or “unapproachable” term that many people believe it to be; its just people coming together for equal rights.