Nowdays radical feminists try to make every problem a sexist problem (you didn't like the way I made your coffee? oppression! you just think I can't make good coffee because I'm a woman!)
And while I agree western countries don't exactly need feminism anymore as it reached it's goal, woman are equal to men in terms of laws, there are still problems that no one talks about. Problems that actually matter, not just some feminazi playing the victim constantly, but things people choose to ignore.
- You can't walk alone at night or be alone at clubs
Any woman knows this fear. Even if you're walking in a street with few people, it's scary as hell. You try to make your way back to a safe place as quick as possible, with crippling anxiety and the feeling of vulnerability. Taking a walk shouldn't be so fucking stressful.
Also, there's a golden rule all women know well: if you're going to a bar or a club, always have friends with you. Because you never know who might slip something into your drink, you never know what could happen if you are alone in a place full of drunk men, you have to deal with drunk guys hitting on you and in severe cases groping and touching you inappropriately without your consent. You have to worry about all these details, you can't even enjoy a night out.
- Constant fear of men
Again, not something a feminazi would scream out like "MEN SUCK!". As a woman, it's hard to trust any man, even if you think he's your friend, you don't know how he'll turn once he's angry, drunk, etc. As a kid (and even to this day) my mom won't let me go alone with a man she doesn't know well, even if he seems genuinely nice and unharmful.
Physically speaking, not stereotypically, men are stronger than women. It's a biological fact, not a sexist opinion. At the end of the way, if we end in a position where a guy is taking advantage on us, there's nothing much we can do to stop him.
To the guys reading this: if you feel like a woman you don't really know is scared of you or doesn't feel comfortable by your presence, know it's not personal. We are taught to be wary of men ever since we are kids. And it's not done in order for us to hate men, but to be careful. Because there are many girls there who put their trust into men who want nothing but harm, and our parents simply look after us.
- Slut shaming
Unfortunately, it's still in our society. And honestly, it's more women who do it rather than men, which I find utterly strange. I would also like to remind you that not all girls are feminists, feminism isn't about educating specifically men, it's also about educating girls (and believe me, I know more than a few girls who proudly said they support chauvinism).
There are still people out there (like I said, mainly girls) who go after women who wear "small" clothing and harass them, calling them sluts, threatening them, saying it was her fault she got raped because she was wearing something revealing, etc.
When a guy posts a swimsuit photo to social media, he gets praised and called hot, but when a girl posts a picture of herself in a bikini, she gets called a slut, both done by women. These women aren't helping and are a major part of the problem. But there are also men who contribute to this;
Women getting fired from their jobs because they wore "inappropriate clothing" (inappropriate clothing meaning a shirt that's a little to tight for a man to contain his dick in his pants), girls kicked from schools for showing a freaking bra strap or having their collarbones exposed. How does no one find this wrong?
For example, check this out. Apparently her dress was crossing the line, being too distracting, viewers couldn't keep their dicks calm and focus on the weather report, so they decided to make it the broadcaster's problem. How does that make any sense? How is that a logical reason to stop a news broadcasting?
Before I end this, I want to clarify something (especially to men) - there's a very large difference between a feminist, and a feminazi. When you guys say you hate feminists in the comments, I'm pretty sure you mean feminazis, and that can really be misleading. I would really like it if you all stopped saying you hate feminists, and use the word feminazi instead, because like I said, there's a very big difference.
Feminist - a person (not necessarily a girl) who fights for equal rights.
Feminazi - nearly always a girl who shames men, thinks women are superior, makes herself the victim in every situation, thinks everything negative someone tells her is about the fact she's a woman (aka turning every regular problem to a 'sexist' problem), thinks all men are bad, creates drama out of everything.