My first thought after reading Gina Messina-Dysertâ€™sÂ Â post, â€œFeminism vs. Humanism: Continuing to claim a feminist identityâ€Â was, â€œGuess she missed that whole #SolidarityIsForWhiteWomen trend on Twitter last week.â€ Until I saw Ginaâ€™s bio signaling the end of the post, I thought she was building the foundation for a witty piece of satire. The feminism she wrote about was so ideal compared to humanism that I thought she was using irony to address feminismâ€™s imperfections. She wrote that â€œhumanism does not value diversity and difference,â€ which implied that feminism does, always or at least consistently. Humanism â€œreinforces western, Â privileged â€¦ values,â€ but feminism doesnâ€™t? As in doesnâ€™tÂ ever?Â Is that what she meant to say?