I guess you can say I'm a feminist. In my daily life I treat women with the appropriate respect, and I'm a huge proponent of "stong female protagonist" idea, and not simply giving a woman a weapon and an aggressive attitude. Actually, one of the prime protagonists of my book, a war story by the way, is a woman who never once even touches a weapon. Of course there is a point where feminism reflexes too far and starts to seem sexist against men, and as a male, even though we pretty much had that coming, that makes me feel uncomfortable. What I'm for at the end of the day is infinite diversity in infinite combinations. To be precise, Wheaton's first law is "Don't be a ****". Given that the starred word generally refers to an unpleasant man, it kind of seems appropriate to this situation.