Absolute equality is equality in all aspects.
A lot of us have watched feminist videos where feminists discuss their rights, violations against them and how they feel about men doing things. A misandrist is basically someone who dislikes men. And feminism is not just about supporting women's right or the advocacy of women's rights but the philosophy of social equality among both sexes. I'm not a believer nor am I someone who pushes ABSOLUTE equality because I've seen athletes have insane salary compared to military forces when they're both people for the country but the theme here is equality for both sexes. Now equality isn't constant nor present in a global scale how much more on a gender-based scale? Countries may have more bombs, population and resources compared to others. Absolute Equality is absolutely impossible.
I thought we had a major idea of accepting change and difference but this feminism is a threat to that major idea. First of all, I want feminism to be much more defined in which aspects should social equality be implied because people are getting lost here for a shallow definition of a term, not just women. Should it be applied in wage and rights or groceries and privileges? Should all products just be uni-sex so we don't offend anyone? Should all women hold the privilege to impregnate other women for the sake of equality or even make pregnancy possible for men for that equality??? Do women also want to be as equally treated and accused of rape as much as men? Do they even want that privilege??? A standardised theory or perhaps full publication of feminism and its exact scope will satisfy me.
So please, we must define modern feminism and evaluate its true stand and not just listen to feminists/misandrists and associate their idea to feminism. No there must be norms to feminism because it can be a great concept women may uphold given it is well-defined like how other concepts have been well-defined such as math or even quantum mechanics. I believe like good and evil, there's both equality and inequality. For now, No to today's modern feminism because it's messy and poorly defined.
If there is anyone who'd like to discuss any other concept like Male Superiority and how feminism eliminates such, I am open-minded.