Having a feminist curiosity means taking women's lives seriously. In order to do this, one must "listen carefully," and "dig deep." A lot of women deserve praise, but the women who must be taken seriously are too involved in oppressing others, or are too "wrapped up" in their given privileges.
I believe that everyone should have a feminist curiosity, as women are people who deserve to be taken as seriously as men. On some occasions, maybe even more seriously than men. In society, women are objectified, and only referred to as a sexual object, not a person. Very powerful women, such as Hilary Clinton, are not spoken about in a sense that they deserve, because of their gender. On Fox News, talk about Clinton's outfit trumped any discussion about her policies. Women are subjects of political news stories only 19% of the time, and when they are, the only thing spoken about is their physical appearance. Many news agencies endorse, even encourage, the sexualization of women in the media, focusing only on what they look like and not what they are doing to help the economy, the government, or foreign affairs. They assume that as a result of a woman's "sexual nature" that they should not be in a position of power.
This must be stopped. People should develop feminist curiosities, perhaps even when they aren't feminists themselves. (Though they should be.) Women deserve to be treated as equals to men.
What can we do to stop the objectification of women, and start spreading feminist curiosity? Next time you go to compliment someone, rather than calling them "beautiful," call them intelligent. Instead of calling them "perfect," call them successful, or intellectual, or brilliant, or innovative, or influential. These words describe women so much more than compliments just about their physical appearances. They also have a deeper, larger impact. Describe women for who they are, rather than just what they look like.
To me, feminism is the belief that equality should be attained for men, women, and everyone in between. Feminists do not want women to be better than men. So please don't go up to a feminist and ask them if they are anti-men. We want women to be treated deservingly for who they are. We want people who don't identify as either gender to be treated for who they are, not just what their genitals imply. Gender is in one's head, not in their genitals.