Why are feminists more concerned about the reputation of feminism than actually not being anti-male or advocating for both genders?

Anonymous
I think most people know that modern feminism is a pure hate-movement full of literally some of the worst women in all of society. Yet, feminists spend more time trying to convince people that "feminism is just about equality" (Fact: It legitimately never was; it was about women's rights) and that "feminism cares about men too" (Fact: Literally no one in society hates men more than feminists.)

Feminists also seem to know NOTHING about the actual history of feminism and how it legitimately started as a misandrist movement back at the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848 and how Millicent Fawcett and Susan B. Anthony not only despised men, but were also extremely powerful, wealthy white women for their time that had more power than 99% of working class men. Of the 4.5 waves of feminism (Proto-feminism, the suffragettes, second-wave, third-wave, and intersectional/Twitter feminism), WHEN did any of its core tenets ever be about "gender equality?"

In reality, NO wave of feminism has ever benefited society, much less any men in the world, except for arguably second-wave, which had the least misandry and man-bashing in it, out of all of them besides maybe proto-feminism. First-wave suffragettes were truly the ANTIFA of their time and actually HURT women's right to vote by nine years, which is why it didn't gain traction again until 1919. And third-wave has the three tenets of 1. Patriarchy (#killallmen), 2. the Wage Gap (which has been debunked several times by pretty much any economist, and would involve literal Communism in order to "correct"), and 3. Rape Culture (never mind the fact that rape happens equally to both genders; but to feminists, male prison rape doesn't count.) So quite literally, feminism has been more detrimental to society than beneficial, in every wave except for proto and second.

Why do feminists spend more time on ignoring all of this than actually not being misandrist?
Why are feminists more concerned about the reputation of feminism than actually not being anti-male or advocating for both genders?
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