With that increased power, can come some challenges.
The survey found that when it comes to sex, women who describe themselves as feminists are are 95% more likely to switch up who takes the lead in the bedroom.
Lonely hearts still waiting for their soulmate are easy prey for online dating scams.
Many people search for love through online dating sites, dating apps, or social media.
She would tell victims she would come by train to see them, but then claimed there were engineering problems, delays, or a crisis that meant she could no longer travel.
Eventually, one victim hired a private investigator while another got in touch with the police.
Romance scams are a long form of social engineering.Although the definition of feminism seems fairly straight forward, people are still afraid to define the word because it can mean many things, Connie Shehan, a professor of sociology and women's studies at the University of Florida."In any dictionary, it basically says that women and men should have equal rights and opportunities, and I’m not sure all feminist would define it that way, but it’s a belief which has this action component to it," she said, adding it's not a surprise that some men reported favorable responses to feminists."What we are seeing around the country— around the world today, is women and men showing their support for feminism."According to the survey, when it comes to issues affecting women, almost 90% of single men and women agree that equal pay is a top issue, as are workplace harassment and violence against women.Unfortunately, before you find your prince (or princess), you have to eliminate the frogs."Romance" scammers, sometimes referred to as "sweetheart" scammers take advantage of vulnerable people, especially divorced women over 40, by posing as an eligible romantic prospect. Scammers may use a fake name or steal the identity of a real person.