A Freudian might say you bring classically male ambition to traditionally female pursuits.Look, Martha. Both "I'm not considered a feminist" and "Do we really need to waste time saying 'I'm not a feminist'?" take longer to say than "I'm a feminist." Length of utterance aside, your statements are a waste of time since you believe that women and men are effectively equal and should have equal opportunities ("I don't differentiate between male and female")*. That's what "feminist" means, so why "waste time" denying it?
I don’t think in a male or female way. I don’t differentiate between male and female. I never have. I’m not considered a feminist.
Clearly, at age 68, you haven’t been analyzed.
No, I haven't. I never will be. I have no patience, [sic]
Why do you say you’re not a feminist?
Do we really need to waste time saying, “I’m a feminist”? I never thought about glass ceilings. I never thought about glass floors. I was thinking about how many pies can I come up with for my pies-and-tarts book. Those are all original ideas.
I'm not sure Martha Stewart actually wrote these answers; maybe some underling armed with the Martha Stewart branding handbook sent them in. It's also possible that Martha is only distancing herself from feminism so as not to alienate her audience. In any case, I don't understand why people who clearly ascribe to the ideals of feminism, as laid out in the damn dictionary, refuse to be described as such. Why do people go all Rush Limbaugh when the designated word for this concept is uttered?
* I assume she doesn't mean she literally cannot tell the difference.