A lot of this question is dependent on
how you define "radical."
it's base, it means "going to the
is innocent enough and when it comes to
feminism means changing the systems rather
than changing individuals and uprooting
feminism from there.
That is certainly
one approach, and one I endorse, but when
most people think of "Radical Feminism" they
think of a very specific branch of feminism
that was active in the early 1970s/late
1960s and was about creating a female centered
society, free from men -- and I don't think
this resonate with most people, nor do
I think it's entirely reflective of your
Given the former definition,
I would certainly agree with your statement
-- it's not a matter of good as much
as it is a matter of effective.