Feminism, by definition, is about equality amongst men and women. It was started when women were kept from doing certain things simply because they were women. Nowadays there's not a whole lot of that. Sure, sexism is still widespread throughout the world, but women (in America at least) seem to have the upper hand in a lot of aspects of life. If you bring this topic up for discussion, however, no one is willing to talk about it. You'll quickly be silenced and/or rejected by the majority who believe they need to blindly agree with an idea simply because it's a hot topic. No one wants to feel isolated from the rest of society.
My first problem with third wave (modern) feminism is that it's called feminism when it's about equality. I personally feel like it would draw more serious attention if it wasn't all about women (which, theoretically, it isn't supposed to be)
My second issue with feminism is that this concept, that supposedly revolves around equality for all, never talks about issues pertaining to the male gender (higher rate of suicide, higher rate of homelessness, sexual assault, etc.) if you even try to flip the coin you are immediately shot down by a bunch of man haters who won't listen to anyone that has opposing views. The responses are always the same "you're stupid" "you're a pig" "sexist asshole" there's never any elaborate dialogue so most people won't even touch the issue.
My third issue with feminism is that it's become a hypocrisy based on individual feelings and very very VERY loosely based on fact. If I were to touch a girl's arm at work and she complained I sexually harassed her I would be fired and possibly sued. If that same girl were to touch my arm and I complained that it made me feel uncomfortable, people would laugh in my face. My old bosses sister in law would grab me by the hips from behind when no one else was around. I told my friend about it and he thought it was funny. If I had done the same thing to her though, I can assure you, again, I would be fired and possibly sued.
There was an article online about all male bands using female sounding band names. Feminists were upset and called for a boycott because they believed it was for these bands to draw more of a crowd. They said female bands used to have to use male sounding band names just to get attention so this wasn't fair. That's a double standard and the complaint makes no fucking sense. No one listens to music because they like the band's name. We listen to music because we like the band.
(Side Note: if you're going to boycott something that literally causes no harm to anyone, then don't post statuses or articles about it. That's free publicity.)
Much like cops, not all feminists are bad. There are some who genuinely believe in equality for all. Also like cops, a lot of feminists give their organization a bad name.
I whole heartedly believe in equality, but I am NOT a feminist. So I'd like to propose a new movement for equality. We'll call it humanism and actually work towards making the world a better place instead of blocking roads with large, screaming mobs carrying megaphones.