Feminism is defined, in its simplest terms, as the belief of social, political, and economic equality of the sexes. In numerous historical and present events, self-proclaimed feminists have used feminism to exclude people based on race, gender identity, economic status, physical and mental abilities, religious beliefs, or a combination of all the above. There has been a recent shift in pop culture that has sparked a revived interest in the feminist movement and has encouraged the chants of girl power, body positivity, and self-love. Celebrities who are often branded as the face of this movement, however, are speaking from a privileged perspective and often do not face the same obstacles that other feminists face on a daily basis. In my series, “What Does Feminism Look Like?” I photographed feminist artists living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area in order to create a more accurate, intersectional portrayal of feminism and identify numerous different experiences feminists have within society.