|WikiProject Feminism||(Rated Template-class)|
- I am really liking how all three of the feminism templates look. Thanks for adding up the Portal:Feminism link as well. --Grrrlriot (talk) 00:25, 7 June 2008 (UTC)
I find the dark blue of the link color quite difficult to read on the dark purple background. I notice that the [hide] link is white -- does anyone have objections to the header and footer being put in white also? How does one do that anyway? See a contrast readability checker, which the current color combo failed, both unvisited and visited links (blue and purple).
The ideal color combination for accessibility is dark text on light background rather than light on dark, iirc, but I dunno. If others find it pressing, maybe we could think about that too. —Switchercat talkcont 01:20, 28 February 2009 (UTC)
- Check the history of the template; the earlier color combination was a light peach, which worked better. Otherwise, just use the default (a light blue-gray). KellenT 01:05, 2 March 2009 (UTC)
"War on Women" as a concept?
I don't quite see how a specific political phrase in the U.S. with over-arching breadth to mean whatever the particular topic of the day is amounts to a concept. It's very geographically specific to the U.S. and charged rhetoric, not a defining concept of an ideology. Every criticism that is described as "War on Women" is really covered in other places such as abortion rights, equal pay, etc. Really, it's a political slogan for "Anti-feminism" but in the U.S. "anti-feminist" is not as negative an identity so a more virulent expression was created to replace it in the U.S. It should be removed as it's not a particular concept of feminism. Comment? --DHeyward (talk) 19:28, 31 March 2015 (UTC)