I've probably been a feminist all my life. My family's expectations of me where that you would want your son to grow up to be. Get an education. Get married before you have kids. Acquire your own things.
The challenge we face as women is how to implement feminism in our daily lives, how to live our lives without being made inferior to men.
Personally, I've never looked at myself otherwise. Of course I'm as equal as the next male. He's physically stronger but I have physical assets... he has a sharp brain but I'm a creative thinker. He reasons in a more logical and unemotional manner, whilst I'm passionate and firm.
Feminism is about accepting the differences between men and women and acknowledging the equal importance their roles play in society. A woman isn't "weak" for being a home maker, emotional, commitment seeker, She's not limited to that either. A man isn't necessarily "stern" for being a modern-day hunter, career focused and acquiring assets. Feminism enables him to choose a different role.
I just think we women are over doing this feminism thing. We are not getting the point.
1. We are mistaking gender equality for expressing ourselves the same way men express themselves. You want to be "free as a sexual creature", but you ignorantly want to interpret that as sleeping with many men because you want to feel as powerful as a man. How are you a free sexual creature by choosing quantity sexual partners instead of quality? Aren't you rather a slave to your own need to compete with the opposite sex?
2. Some women want to have the same standards as men. What works for a man, doesn't necessarily always work for a women. For example, you want to "enjoy your life" and have children and get married at the age of forty - But you know buy that time chances of a successful pregnancy are lower and you could risk your life... Why be hard on yourself?
I believe we shouldn't be afraid to aim high as men. Infact the bar rises as we strive to take our seats amongst them...
However, lets not try to BE men.