I'll be honest, I was not aware of the many types of feminist there are out there. I feel like the majority of people are only aware of the Radical Feminist due to their extreme outlook, which definitely contributes to the stereotypes out there. I don't want to discredit the Radical Feminist because they have some valid points, but from my limited knowledge of feminism (which is pretty much solely based on the things I have learned in this class) they are taking away from the overall message feminist are trying to put out there.
They use childbirth in their argument of oppression towards women. I think that is absolutely ridiculous, childbirth is a beautiful thing that women are lucky to be able to experience and shouldn't be used as an argument of female oppression. Biologically, it's a miracle and something to be proud of as a women, not the cause of women's oppression.
I think it's a good thing that there are so many types. It allows for the many different outlooks to be covered so that women of all backgrounds and experiences can find a place within the feminist community.