I like satire wherever I go and this is in no way different. I like how you empathise with colour the concepts and their inherit importance regarding todays feminism. As in, red being more vulgar, bigger and numerous. The artistic design may be unoriginal, but that only empathizes the repetetative nature of the social desease that is modern feminism. Also, the colours rule of importance symbolizes the make-believe facade, which is appearant in any feministic portrait of reality, as in, green being the small insignificant part, which is hoped to be achieved, even though the red as an anti-thesis to the upper part shows what the crimson, bloody and cold truth is. And yet, the whole colorscheme is put into frame, by the statement that feminism is a definite thing and it doesn't mean anything you want it to mean, as though that is what the statement is feminism makes, while the pretty green lies and the ugly red truth is right beneath and inbetween those words. Quite a fine piece indeed! Keep up this art and you might change the world for the better!