Do you want to understand feminism, or just complain about it?
One problem with feminism is that it doesn't mean anything specific. There are broad statements about what feminism mean that are definitive in the way a Rorschach test is definitive.
In my opinion, there are some issues where people who identify themselves as feminist take stances that contradict what would be a typical civil rights position. One example, when college students are accused of rape, many feminists oppose granting due process rights for the accused.
Would you care to discuss the loss of due process rights for college students accused of rape?
Would you care to discuss the coverups of rape on high-school, college, and university campuses?
My question to the author was based on my experience here over the last 12 years in which people who bring up feminism actually have wanted to complain about it, or to suggest that contemporary feminism is not actually dedicated to its (apparent) goals.
I see nothing odd about the notion that feminists, if they are dedicated to the notion of equal rights and fair accommodation would not support those ideals for all people, and not just for otherwise categorized women.
That sounds like a circular argument Germlat. If you state by definition that Feminism is about "equality not injustice" then, by definition, everything associated with feminism becomes equal and just. But the real world doesn't work that way.
My point is that in the real world, Feminism is a self-identified trait. Feminism is defined by the people who call themselves "feminists".
I have given you an example where a position taken by people commonly identified as feminists is in direct contradiction of a typical civil rights position. Would you care to discuss the loss of due process rights for college students accused of rape?