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She said it's important that feminism is continuing to become less taboo and shed it's label as the other F-word."So many women are achieving important things and making changes in our society, so I am hoping that people who aren’t feminist will start to understand even if you don’t use the word, the whole point is that women should have equal opportunity as men," she said.This week marks the biggest online dating week of the year (combined with the biggest divorce week of the year).The survey found that when it comes to sex, women who describe themselves as feminists are are 95% more likely to switch up who takes the lead in the bedroom.And men reported that they want women to take charge, with a little over 90% of men in favor of a woman making the first move when it comes to kissing and sex.Thirty-seven percent of single men and 47% of single women define feminism as women being equal to men, but 43% of singles think it “means a lot of different things” and 6% aren’t sure what it means, according to the representative survey of more than 5,000 singles.Although the definition of feminism seems fairly straight forward, people are still afraid to define the word because it can mean many things, Connie Shehan, a professor of sociology and women's studies at the University of Florida."In any dictionary, it basically says that women and men should have equal rights and opportunities, and I’m not sure all feminist would define it that way, but it’s a belief which has this action component to it," she said, adding it's not a surprise that some men reported favorable responses to feminists.On the opposing side, men who "are not feminists" are 92% less likely to want a woman to take charge."Not all men can deal with a partner, who is empowered and isn't afraid to say what she likes, what her opinion is so that may be a challenge," Shehan said.

But while singles agree gender equality is a good thing, there’s still some confusion about what “feminism” actually means.

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