Lustig,We haven't defined a "feminist platform".
I raised two issues; the lack of due process for men accused of rape on college campuses, and an opposition to what I consider to be a reasonable reform to the process of obtaining a restraining order (which I believe is unfair to the accused).
Neither of these positions is anti-woman (any more than being in favor of due process for murder suspects is pro-murder). It would be possible for two reasonable people to have a discussion on these topics that didn't devolve to name-calling.
In my opinion one side of each of these issues have been dominated by people associated feminism. I believe I have provided good sources (for example an article written by a feminist) to back that up.
But again, two logical people could disagree about whether these issues are feminist issues or without devolving into name calling or childish attacks.
Feminism is an ideology or a movement or something. Whatever it is, it isn't sacred. The concept of feminism is certainly used in public policy discussions, and there is no reason that it can't be questioned or for heaven's sake criticized.
And Feminism doesn't represent the sum-total of women. I don't think that any ideology represents women as a group on any non-trivial issue. The backlash against feminism includes quite a few females.
I am not sure if you are actually saying that anti-feminist equals anti-woman. But if you were saying that, it would be ridiculous ridiculous.