…Less than one in 10 (nine per cent) of those aged 25 to 29 identified with it.
Feminism was more popular among an older cohort, however, with a quarter of older women aged 45 to 50 described themselves as a feminist.
According to the survey, two in five women want to ‘celebrate difference’ rather than be equal to men.
Meanwhile, the survey showed that a significant majority of those surveyed (69pc) said that the top priority for modern women is to reinstate the value of motherhood….(Source)
Feminism is dying. It was a false view of femininity and womanhood. Nothing that is false can survive indefinitely. The thing about truth and error is that truth is unchanging while error must change to survive.