Pop quiz: Do you need The Womansplainer to help you understand feminism?

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Wondering whether all feminists are lesbians? Curious to know when rape jokes are ok? You're (unfortunately) not alone.

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But for all the men who have "better things to do than educate themselves about feminism," The Womansplainer will help. For a nominal fee.

The woman behind the site is Elizabeth Simins, an artist and "outspoken intersectional feminist." Here's a menu of her services:

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Along with a selection of suggested questions:

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Hopefully, you're thinking: "I don't need consulting — I know a few straight feminists."

But you're not off the hook yet. Each and every day, we encounter situations that test our feminist mettle. How do you stack up?

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Here's a quiz involving items from this week's news that will determine whether you need some Womansplaining.

1) Should Buzzfeed make a sequel to "Women Drink Whiskey For The First Time"?

2) Do you agree with any of the following comments (taken from Vanity Fair's recent cover story) about leaked Jennifer Lawrence's leaked nude photos?

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3) Was this Nickelodeon expert right when he said that women and minorities have caused the death of Nickelodeon's golden age?

4) Are you genuinely interested in reading this (since deleted) Men's Health article, "How to Talk about Sports with Women"?

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Conclusions:

If you answered yes to any of the above, please consult The Womansplainer immediately.

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Alexandra DiPalma is a producer for Fusion Lightworks, Fusion’s In-house Branded Content Agency.