For me, I guess this really comes down to how an individual defines feminine, because the Western cultural definition of feminine applies to expectations of what it means to be female/what it means to be a woman, just as much as masculinity comes down to what it means to be male/what it means to be a man and for me, such things are nonsense-since they get narrowed down to interests, occupation and appearance when being male and being female has to do with the biological, not the external physical and definitely not loving the color pink (for women).
For me, a woman is a feminist once she supports women's rights, but a woman represents feminism depending on how she carries herself, masculine and feminine don't exist, their just apart of social structure. A woman is just a woman, feminine and masculine don't apply.
Same here, but I don't pain my nails because it looks like I spilled the bottle on my hands and I usually don't wear pink. My old room was painted pink and I had to stare at it for 5 years! I used to like pink, but staring at it for hours on end it gets kinda disgusting.