1. This is what feminism means:
Men and women deserve equal political, legal, economic, and social rights.
Women and men benefit from a reduction of societal inequality.
2. This is not what feminism means:
Women should be treated better than men.
Men and women are the same. (Equality does not mean "sameness." I know it's really hard to understand without a fourth grade grasp of vocabulary, but trust me on this one. If it's hard, pretend I said "white people and black people" or "old people and young people" or "Christian people and Jewish people" or "poor people and rich people" instead of "men and women" when I say that they deserve equal political, legal, economic, and social rights despite not being the "same." Not so hard to tell the difference then, is it?)
3. If you are still unclear about the meaning of feminism, please re-read points 1 and 2.
4. If you think you are not a feminist after reading points 1 and 2, please go away.