What Kind of Woman Are You?
b08f97d What Kind of Woman Are You? What Kind of Woman Are You? Women are so notoriously underrated in our patriarchal society. But women shine: in politics, in the community, at work and at home. Tell women they can't do something, and they'll show you how well they can do it. Whether you are the kind of woman who likes to stand out and show the boys how it's done or the kind of woman who likes to stay at home with your kids and make a nice home, all versions of women are the right version. There is no wrong way to be a woman, and anyone who tells you otherwise is probably just intimidated by your skills. Women are often the ones who put bandaids on booboos and don't get sick days when there are kids to take care of. Even without kids, women work twice as hard for half the recognition and appreciation. This makes one wonder, what's it all for? You do it for future generations of women who need to know that they are just as good as anyone else—and they won't be making 2/3 or even 9/10 as much for their work: they'll be truly equal: in the workplace and in society. It's hard being a woman no matter how old you are, where you live or what you look like. But the good news is you have an automatic support group almost everywhere you go, especially in bar bathrooms. So what kind of woman are you? Take this quiz and find out!

What is your favorite part about being a woman?

  • Our ability to think logically but also with emotion
  • The clothes!
  • Lounge clothes are way better.
  • Finally being portrayed as strong and capable in movies and TV shows

Who do you admire the most?

  • All of my strong friends
  • Reese Witherspoon
  • Michelle Obama
  • My mom

How are you at overcoming discrimination based on gender?

  • I give people a piece of my mind.
  • I try to ignore it.
  • It's sad, but it's just a fact of life.
  • I try to laugh it off.

With womanhood come many struggles. Which one trips you up the most?

  • The catcalling when I'm just walking down the street
  • Never being taken seriously
  • Rape culture
  • Still being underpaid compared to men in equal roles

What one thing would you want to teach your future daughter or son about feminism?

  • Feminism is about being your own woman no matter what anyone says.
  • It's recognizing that women deserve just as much respect as men, no matter where they are or what they do.
  • Feminism means that all women are equal.
  • We have to do our best in a world that works to preserve a tragic status quo.

Do you want kids?

  • Someday
  • I would have had kids years ago if I had a partner.
  • I don't need them.
  • I could see myself adopting at some point.
  • I already have kids.

How about marriage? Are you looking forward to that day?

  • I'm looking forward to the registry.
  • I've basically already planned it.
  • I would love to be married and have a partner by my side.
  • Marriage is just a piece of paper, not a relationship status.
  • I am married.

What's your biggest career accomplishment?

  • Being the youngest VP at my company
  • Working myself out of the reception desk
  • Getting my yearly raise
  • Getting a promotion that I really deserved
  • Other

And now, what's your biggest non-work related accomplishment?

  • Making time for my family and friends
  • Staying true to myself in the social media world
  • Solo travels like I always wanted
  • Keeping my house clean

Do you consider yourself an organized planner?

  • I just kind of let things happen.
  • I have to stay organized or I'll lose my mind.
  • Organization is a big part of my life, but I don't plan myself crazy.
  • Yes and yes

What's the most common compliment you get?

  • That I'm super friendly and easy to get along with
  • I have a big heart.
  • I can roll with the punches.
  • I don't take myself too seriously.