Hello - I hope this is the proper thread to ask a question like this. I'm new to this board (thought not new to imageboards) and to the wide scope ideas that fall under the labels of gender critical feminism/radical feminism, and I felt like this board would be the appropriate place to ask.
>Gender critical and radical feminism define gender as sociological (feminine/masculine) and sex as biological (female/male). Woman is defined as an adult human female. Radical feminists seek to abolish gender as it is used by patriarchy to oppress women socially, reproductively, and financially. They strive to preserve women's spaces (such as restrooms, locker rooms, and health care providers) and areas of artistic and intellectual expression separate from men.
>Trans ideology posits that one's gender is self-determined based on one's feelings and defines woman as the characteristics and behaviors traditionally ascribed to females by society. Increasingly, transactivists are conflating gender and sex and asserting that a person can self-identify both gender and sex.
If my views advocate the abolishment of "gender" but don't advocate the separation of people according to biological sex (instead advocating for full equal social, political, and economic treatment of the sexes, in a society where sexual dimorphism isn't relevant except in scientific and medical contexts), what does that make me? Am I a gender critical feminist/radical feminist, or is there another term more suited for that? Additionally, I don't believe in biological essentialism, or that there is a superior/inferior sex, and I am against the "transgender" phenomenon as it's based on inaccurate conflations between biology and sexist social constructs like "gender" (I'm particularly against "transgender" people positing the idea that taking hormones or getting surgeries is in any way related to their sex or gender.)
If there's a better thread for this post feel free to let me know, thank you.