I am not "them", and you will not get a personal attack from me. You and I probably agree on more practical and political issues than we disagree about (including pay equity and LBGT issues).
My problem is with the feminist mythology where every social interaction is judged through the lens of men oppressing women. Often this leads to things that are clearly wrong being accepted as political fact. Sometimes feminist ideas are detrimental to cultural diversity and the way relationships work in real life.
The latest example is the embarrassingly bad video from Hollaback where a white woman is "harrassed" by a bunch of Black and Hispanic men asking her to smile. They actually had to apologize for releasing this video.... and yet it has 30 million hits and a large mass of fans.
More personal is the messages that were given to my sons as adolescents. In a public school, the boys and girls were separated. Rather than talking about healthy respectful relationships (which is the message I gave my kids), the school told the boys "don't molest the girls" and the girls were told "watch out for the boys". The message here is clear... boys are a risk to females. This is not a message of equality, or even a particularly good message.
Again, I am happy to discuss any of these examples respectfully if this is possible.