When you see people criticizing feminism, you do not have to say, “But don’t you realize not all feminists are like that? Feminism is about equality!” You seriously don’t.
We already know the dictionary “definition” of feminism.
We criticize it because the movement as a whole does not follow that definition of equality between men and women. That’s the whole point.
An extraordinary demonstration has taken place in San Juan, a provincial city in Argentina. In brief, a gathering of 7000 feminists attempted to attack a cathedral, which was defended by 1500 men. The men did not attempt to physically attack the women, but linked arms and formed a barrier. And the feminist women? They spat on the men, sprayed them with aerosol spray paint, performed lewd acts in front of them, draped their underwear over them and generally behaved as if they had been seized by some primitive or savage spirit.
During the attack some men were visibly weeping. None of them retaliated against the abuses heaped on them.
Still want to claim feminism isn’t a hate movement? Regardless of their gender, can you imagine if, for instance, WBC did the same thing to feminist protestors? Reverse the roles and you have outrage.