According to a survey from the Telegraph, only 7 percent of Britons would call themselves a feminist, however over two-thirds support gender equality. Somewhere down the line, the term feminist has become loaded in negative connotations and has lost its once powerful effect of uniting people. The Fawcett society, a leading feminist charity, has found Britain to be a nation of ‘hidden feminists’. 4 percent of men identifed as feminists whilst 9 percent of women described themselves as ‘the f-word’. Younger women were more likely to call themselves feminist but also most likely to oppose feminism.