When I was younger, people who refused to identify as feminists were often met with a simple, straightforward question: Don’t you believe in equality for women?
Of course, when you answered yes, you were promptly informed that, whether you prefer to call yourself one or not, you are indeed a feminist.
In a very short span of time, the opposite has become a true. You can only identify as a feminist if you meet a very strict set of criteria.
I’ve never really concerned myself with these types of labels, especially since they’re usually more reflective of a person’s politics than their principles. Principles are expressed more through the work you perform than the labels you adopt, which is why I always recommend to people to worry less about what they’re called and more about what they do. I think that advice might be applicable in this case. Just keep doing what you’re doing, and your commitment to the goals you’re fighting for will become a permanent fixture of your legacy, so much so that anyone who tries to question your commitment to women’s equality will be laughed right out of the room.