The New York City fashion world is divided, according to a new survey that found women wear their makeup more often than men do.
According to the survey of more than 5,000 people, the majority of respondents who wore makeup were women, but a minority of people wore makeup as part of their fashion choices.
Fashion magazine Vogue is one of the first publications to ask people to define their own feminism.
The magazine asked people to select the words “feminist,” “feminism,” and “feminine” as their first or second word.
“For me, I define myself as a feminist because I think women have a right to feel like they’re valued, and women’s bodies are a legitimate part of our identities,” said one respondent.
“I don’t consider myself a feminist.
But when I wear makeup, I feel like I’m expressing my own feminist politics.”
A majority of the respondents also said they thought it was important for people to “identify as feminists in their everyday lives,” with most saying they didn’t have to wear makeup to be “feminists.”
“I think it’s really important to think about what it means to be a feminist and to be the kind of person that you want to be in your life, regardless of your gender,” said another respondent.
According to the study, nearly two-thirds of women (65%) and about half of men (46%) felt that makeup should be worn to express themselves.
The majority of women were also more likely than men to think that makeup was a good way to show respect for their friends and family members, with women being more likely to say that makeup is an expression of their “respect for women.”
Women also were more likely (62%) than men (48%) to say it was a “mistake” to not wear makeup when wearing a skirt or blouse.
The poll also found that while makeup has become more popular in the past decade, the amount of people wearing makeup has dropped from a high of about 25% of women in 2001 to about 11% today.