"I'm Absolutely Not a Feminist"
This is what Katherin Fenton, the 24-year-old woman who asked the candidates about what they would do to ensure equal pay for women told Salon magazine. She also said she was concerned about women's productivity rights but hadn't decided who to vote for, even though she said Obama would probably be better for women's rights.
And, almost immediately, the right-wing blogosphere started looking up her twitter and Facebook messages, accused her of being pro-Obama and a plant because she asked such an outrageous question.
Maybe this invasion of her privacy, done by conservatives to denigrate her for having concerns about women's pay, might influence her decision of who really is concerned about women. And, I hope someone informs her of what being a feminist is. She wants equal pay, support for reproductive rights and, of course, is going to vote. Who does she think worked for and are still working to keep these rights for her and all women? Feminists.
I really think people, Fenton included, who are still undecided shouldn't vote. They are obviously low-information voters and not paying attention to what has been going on the past year.
Here is a link that might be useful: She obviously has no idea what a feminist is