Mina Loy's manifesto is a strongly worded essay that explains her view on feminism. At the time that it was written, women were fighting for equality, the right to vote, and the right to work. Mina Loy felt that women were not choosing to fight for enough. She believed that women should not choose to fight for equality, but instead fight for absolute demolition. Mina Loy felt that women were asking for something that would only scratch the surface. According to Mina Loy, women's choices on how to fight, and what to fight about, would not bring about reform. She suggests that women should take charge of their life and take back the power that the men have over them. One choice that she suggests women should make is surgically removing the hymen. The choice to destroy the virginity of a woman, and the value surrounded by virginity, would remove the control that a man has over a woman. In this time, women were supposed to be a virgin until marriage. This was just a way for men to have power over the women. Mina Loy has outrageous ideas for how women can take control of their lives, but she understands that a woman can choose how to live their life. Every choice has a consequence, and women can choose to be in power.