Your interpretation of feminism clearly differs from mine, as for the origin of the term "sexism" I will have to consult various dictionaries. When we have women convinced that motherhood is misery, a form of slavery and torture, then I'd argue they are misguided, again, your interpretation of feminism (and the result of it, I suppose) differs from mine. There is more, this was but one example. You have to take the whole picture into account, feminism is creating a war between men and women, and between the women themselves. Women care about how men wants them to be, just like men care about how women wants them to be. --EDIT-- You know… I don't think women should be in the army either, why would you put a creation, that brings life into this existence, in a position in which she is to take a life? I cannot think of anything worse than that apart from rape, which is another violation. For you this may be a question of "equality", that is to say, whether women should be allowed into the army or not, for me however, it goes much deeper than that. It has a deeper meaning. As a man I have no interest in seeing the female form being abused and brutalized. "Equality" aside, why would I? Why would any man want to see that? It would make no sense. I'm sure that this is what most feminists would view as..."sexist". Well, it's safe to say I would strongly disagree. Most of the women I know don't view themselves as victims, let alone viewing themselves as being in opposition of men.