I appreciate the sentiment, but I would not consider my blog a good source of information if I turned a deaf ear to people who wanted to question the data I provide.
Misinformation runs rampant in the astrological community, and I’m glad for every chance I get to set some deeply misguided notions right. I admit that I’m often approached by people with an incredible sense of self-importance, entitlement, or stubbornness, and those experiences can be very frustrating, especially since certain instances of it repeat more often than I have the patience, let alone time, for.
Still, overall the communication with my followers is more positive than not, and for every criticism I publish I often receive an equal, if not greater, number of thanks.
Looking at the corresponding data I see that several studies relied on self-identification of the signs. As such I believe that, while a greater number of Aquarius may hold at least some feminist views, they are certainly the most reluctant to commit to the label. This may stem from a misunderstanding of the movement, or the sign’s unwillingness to make a clear and definite statement about part of their social belief system.