Whenever anyone, girl or guy, writes about 'girls' or 'guys' or a subset thereof, such as 'players' or 'virgins', they are generalizing. Not every 'guy' or 'girl' has the same outlook or behavior pattern, and ditto every 'player' or 'virgin.'
No problem, so long as a girl writes the Take.
But if, as a guy, you write about 'girls' or a subset of them, such as 'girl who wears glasses' or 'girls who say stupid things about NIce Guys', to cite just two recent examples, you will get a group of more or less closeted feminists who will write in that 'not every girl', or 'not every girl with glasses'. is like what was described in the Take, and you will be accused of using stereotypes, etc. etc.
This is completely dishonest since everyone is aware that Take authors are speaking generally. For example, in these two cases, we know not every nice guy is bitter, nor does every girl wear glasses because she's low maintenance and smart.
The feminists don't discuss the overall tenor of the Take, they just dwell on the exceptions, to change the subject and denigrate the Take.
You will notice this sort of attack rarely (I didn't say never!) happens when girls write about girls in general, or a certain group of girls, in a Take. Never a mention of the exceptions to what they describe, never an allegation they are 'stereotyping' by speaking generally.
I've come to recognize the difference between honest disagreement and disguised anti-male hysteria, and block the relevant Fembots immediately. They aren't there to engage in an exchange of ideas, they are just there to attack the male.