Feminist Majority Foundation
Feminism n. the policy, practice or advocacy of political, economic, and social equality for women.
The name Feminist Majority Foundation is a consciousness-raiser, inspired by a 1986 Newsweek/Gallup public opinion poll that showed the majority of women (56%) in the United States self-identified as feminists. Most polls since then reveal that this majority continues with over two-thirds of young women self-identifying as feminists. Most men, especially young men, view themselves as supporters of the women’s rights movement. 71% believe the movement has improved their lives. Today, some 45% of men self-identify as feminists.