Beatrice says she's a feminist, but asks to be called "miss".
Gisele argues that breastfeeding is mother's obligation instead of women's choice.
Amy posts she believes that all women are capable of vaginal delivery and firmly opposes elective C- Sections.
Patricia advocates that maternity leave should be up to 1 year, thus reinforcing stereotyped gender-based roles and giving a damn for public deficit. It has never crossed her mind how such measure might affect women's employment and salaries.
Jeanne attends courses on the condition of women, but scolds ladies who speak in a straightforward or assertive manner. She can't tolerate women who dare not to be "good girls".
Iara takes part on feminist demonstrations, although she has said that women are more capable of sacrifice than men.
She even says it's "natural" that mothers have more duties than fathers.
Marília claims to be feminist, but condemns professional and financial ambition on women. She says women should not become "opressors". She also says it's women's duty is to stand for the "oppressed", the "weak" and fight against "social injustice".
Emma is witty, but thinks it's ok trap a man by getting pregnant.