Feminism classes don't usually exist per se, but basic feminist principles are taught to every student in every school. One of these are equal rights to women. So, the school discussion was about European women ganging up half naked on a few streets in many countries, from the Ukraine to France, to conduct demonstrations, that they are not simply sex objects. My argument was, that logically, if feminism demands equal rights, then it is exactly logical, that where there is no law against men going half naked, then women should be allowed too. Furthermore, I pointed out, that the fear of sexualization is a statistical process, so if all or most women go half naked, then it stops being sexual or even noticeable. But most teachers disagree with me, and most guys are ready to buy the teachers argument that feminism is not about going half naked on the street. I think the teachers are wrong, because logically equal rights should directly allow it. Your take? I think half naked demonstrations are very successful, as they are capable of putting the large numbers into the statistics, that are necessary to control the level of sexualization that females receive.