New York Times – October 1, 2015
Carly Fiorina has written that “it is time for a new definition” of feminism. Some feminists have said that while they admire her forcefulness, her political positions are too divergent for her to be considered in any way an ally. Must feminism be seen as a political movement with a cohesive agenda, or can it simply be a way for women to see themselves? If Fiorina represents strength and forcefulness, should she be considered a feminist, even if she opposes much of what traditional feminists stand for?