I am what Christina Hoff Summers calls an equity feminism. (She is an author you should read if you want an intelligent critique of modern feminism.) I sometimes call myself an "anti-feminist" just to draw attention to the fact that I think that often modern feminism is anti-intellectual.
I believe in equality for women. I support equal pay, and reproductive rights. I certainly support the expansion of the role of women into areas of political power and economic power. I am raising a very intelligent daughter who I want to be successful. I am teaching her to be an engineer. I am not teaching her to be a feminist (although she does have her own mind and will make her own choices.).
However, much of modern feminism pushes a narrative that isn't fact based or reasonable.
I was upset at the role feminism played in the Hillary Clinton campaign where what I consider a flawed candidate was forced on us. She lost because she is a Clinton, not because she was a woman. The idea that a woman shouldn't face the same type of attacks faced by McCain, or John Kerry, or any other losing or winning candidate is any thing but equality. Supporters of Bernie were labeled "Bernie Bros" and attacked as sexist for choosing a candidate that wasn't Hillary, and Hillary went on to be the only person in history to lose to Donald Trump.
The issue of censorship is a big problem in modern feminism. The idea that voices should be silenced, or that shows should be censored or that speakers should be kept from campuses is anti-intellectual.
Modern Feminism is often ideological; it take positions based on narrative that are sometimes illogical given the stated goal of equality. Try being a divorced father, for example. This is an area where are routinely discriminated against by courts that still follow traditional gender roles. Prominent feminists have taken the stance that diminish the role of fathers in spite of the fact that they claim to be for equality.
You did ask for all opinions..... I hope you appreciate mine.
There is a backlash against feminism that I think is deserved. A clear majority of women abstain from identifying as feminists. I think that if modern feminism were more about equality and less about pushing a political narrative it would have better success.