There are a variety of myths about feminists, many consider them to be man-haters, scary and unattractive. However, these are just "scarecrows" that have little to do with reality.
In reality, in the eyes of men, feminists can be many times sexier and more desirable than anyone else. Why is this happening?
First, forget everything you've heard about feminists. Most of them (with the exception of representatives of the radical movement) do not oppose men at all - on the contrary, they fight for gender equality and the rejection of narrow stereotypes about them.
The very idea of feminism generally implies a refusal to hang labels on people - and therefore it is also impossible to say that the followers of this movement, without exception, refuse to take care of themselves. On the contrary, a significant part of them are not at all shy about emphasizing their sexuality. In addition, many modern trends in clothing and makeup are created not at all in spite of, but thanks to the influence of feminism as a phenomenon - namely, liberation and readiness to experiment and rejection of established rules and foundations.
Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson, Beyoncé, Kristen Stewart, Rihanna The list is endless. All of these acclaimed beauties, real stars, sexy, maddening millions of men around the world, are outspoken feminists who fight for women's rights and are not afraid to show their beliefs.
They show by personal example: you can be good wives and wonderful mothers, you can give all your strength to work or study, you can follow fashion or create fashion - and at the same time you need to remain yourself and fight for this right. And this independence, this inner strength, this freedom from the constraining words and actions of conventions gives them a huge advantage, makes them sexy and desirable in the eyes of others.
In addition, the question is also in the very attitude to sex. And while many women, under the influence of public opinion, are afraid to take the initiative, afraid to show their sexuality and deprive themselves of the pleasure of having sex without obligation, even when they really want to, feminists refuse to play by these rules and extol their right to be as sexually active as men.