yep, i agree. but i meant, there's never been so many submovements and different group interpretations of feminism that actually had a place for discussion, i mean. like, i can't imagine sex-positive feminism or trans feminism or radical feminism or black feminism or intersectional feminism having as much momentum a few decades ago, let alone "the early days"
i agree that the internet makes things look more polarized because you can have a seperate discussion for everything etc. but at the same time, what is the face of modern feminism? what ideals do you think of to generalize it all? the definition of feminism isn't even concrete, some people think it's gender equality (which involves working with both men and women, as well as other genders), and some people think it's liberating just women up. you can't tell me that's a unified movement that you can make a generalization of, y'know?
edited previous posts for any cissexism