In response to Feminism is for Everybody, it is interesting to me that the author believes that society’s problems can be fixed when everyone is aware of the ideals of feminism. I agree that in a perfect world, feminism would make people more understanding and open-minded to cultural and social differences between individuals, which could make it easier for peace to be achieved in the long run. I most identify with the fact that the author also pointed out that the principles of feminism are not just about women versus men, and that the underlying emotion behind feminism is not anger. It’s about equality, she says, and the idea of fair treatment for all people where differences do not get in the way of one’s success. Wouldn’t it be nice if we lived in a perfect world so that it could work that way?