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    Religious Feminism, also known as Feminist Theology, is an ideology and movement that believes that religion is vital to a feminist viewpoint. She also have goals of making women figures being a part of the clergy and other religious authorities, as part of gender equality in religion.


    Christfem.png Christianity

    Flag of Christian Feminism

    Christian Feminism is an ideology and movement that focuses on Christian beliefs and ideals while achieving gender equality for women. This variant of religious feminism was highly influential for First Wave Feminism and Prohibitionism.png the Prohibition.

    Jewfem.png Judaism

    Jewish Feminism is an ideology and movement that advocates for Jewish female gender equality and that women should be allowed to be a qualified Rabbi.

    Notable feminists with Jewish backgrounds include:

    • Magnus Hirschfeld, German physician and sexologist
    • Betty Friedan, author of The Feminine Mystique
    • Beate Sirota Gordon, women rights activist and subcommittee of the drafting of the post-WW2 Constitution of Japan

    JewAthFem.png Secular Jewish Feminism

    Secular Jewish Feminism, also known as Jewish Atheist Feminism, is a version of Jewish Feminism that is secular. While this may sound contradictory, it isn't a contradiction because it's referring to ethnically Jewish people who were/are feminists and not the religion of Judaism. Jewish atheists that were feminists include people like Murray Bookchin and Emma Goldman.

    Islamofeminism.png Islam

    Islamic Feminism is an ideology and movement that focuses on Islamic beliefs and ideals while achieving (mostly full) gender equality for women. A big minority of Islamic feminists are Shiite (adherents of the Shia sect of Islam), and most are progressive or moderate Sunnis. This version of Sunni Islam is seen in Morocco, Algeria, Turkey and Tunisia. Others are non-denominational Muslims, which means they are either Quranists (Muslims that only believe in the Quran and maybe a few Hadiths for references), or selective when it comes to Hadiths or open to interpreting the Hadiths differently. It can be considered a fusion of conservative and religious ideology with some women's rights, especially considering Islam is a lot more liberal with abortions/contraceptives than other religions. Additionally, in this regard, Islam was progressive for its time.

    Notable feminists with Islamic backgrounds include:

    • Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London
    • Zarah Sultana, Labour MP
    • Meena Keshwar Kamal, Founder of Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan
    • Shamima Shaikh, South African activist, member of the Muslim Youth Movement of South Africa

    BudFem.png Buddhism

    Flag of Buddhist Feminism

    Buddhist Feminism is an ideology and movement that focuses on Buddhist beliefs and ideals while achieving gender equality for women.


    She is well... Religious and encourages other women to follow her religious teachings. She treats male ideologies like they're bad, and should be put upon an curse.

    How to Draw

    Flag of Religious Feminism
    1. Draw a ball.
    2. Fill in with white.
    3. Draw the Venus symbol with an eye on a hand in pink on the middle, to symbolize religion in general.
    4. Draw a pink bow.
    5. Draw in the eyes.

    You're done!

    Color Name HEX RGB
    White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255
    Pink #FF00E1 255, 0, 225



    • Fem.png Feminism - She shall be blessed.
    • Pacfemf.png Pacifist Feminism - Also a religious feminist.
    • Christfem.pngJewfem.png Her daughters Islamofeminism.pngBudFem.png, which shall be brought upon good luck.


    • Radfem.png Radical Feminism - That's just waaaay too much.
    • Progress.png Progressivism - Fellow feminist but also a sinful atheist. At least you still tolerate me unlike StateathFedora.png that guy.


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