Judge Judy went on to marry a fellow lawyer, but despite the fact that both spouses were career driven, she admits that in the home things stayed traditional, at first at least. She explains: "We didn't have enough money, so I cleaned the house. I did the cooking. This 'sharing of stuff' didn't start until much later, unfortunately for me."
While Judge Judy might not identify with the loaded term "feminist," I think she represents someone who supports equality for all women. And it seems she's benefited from the freedom to buck gender restrictions while accepting the traditional roles that work for you. Do you relate to her sentiment?