GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina has previously provided her take on modern-day feminism. Today only about 20 percent of Americans identify as feminists. Predictably, when Fiorina gave her view on the matter, some of them were none-to-pleased about what she had to say.
In an article for Politico on Wednesday, American Enterprise Institute scholars Christina Hoff Sommers and Christine Rosen wrote that what Fiorina said about feminism would make her an "equity feminist."
"Equity feminism does not view men and women as opposing tribes. Theories of patriarchal oppression are not among its founding tablets," Hoff Sommers and Rosen wrote. "Put simply, equity feminism affirms for women what it affirms for everyone: dignity, opportunity and personal liberty."Read more on WashingtonExaminer.com