The dictionary definition of feminism runs as follows: "The doctrine advocating social, political, and all other rights of women equal to those of men."
This definition is inadequate owing to the
problematic nature of the term "equality", which has no stable meaning
outside the realm of mathematics. Consequently, the meaning can perennially
be refreshed, reframed or updated so that new demands for "equality" can
always be put forward. Accordingly, there will never be enough "equality", and
feminism will never go out of business because it will always find new
"inequality" in need of correction. So in practice, the tangible and intangible goods of life will be siphoned in a one-way flow from male to female and the female share of "equality" will increasingly dwarf the male share.