And utterly fails to deal with those where they do emerge, all the while bashing actual feminists, like Erin Pizzey.
I think in countries like ours as of now that's mostly true, obviously it wasn't that long ago it wasn't relevant. For example rape in marriage wasn't illegal/recognized until 1991 and was ruled as inconceivable in 1984, only because a case in Scotland in 1990 ruled against that did England then change too, I'd imagine that was thought of as a feminist issue.
For much of the world women's lack of basic rights/equality is still a major concern. However that said the rights/equality of various groups, including white males, in different scenarios is a problem, it's not just women only issues, more...issues of humanity and broader equality in general.
I often stop reading when someone says "cultural marxist".
Anyways, none of this actually addresses what feminists are saying. Things like the #metoo movement have shown the struggles women do face. Sure, some of it is pretty ridiculous and far-fetched, such as the gender pay gap. Whilst the idea that theres a disparity between women and men's pay for the same job is untrue, there are real concerns we should be aware of, such as why women are forced to choose their child over their career.