Of course, this is also scary: that women see the fight of women for equality as a threat.
Was every one who called themselves a feminist completely right? No.
Have their been some wrong turns along the way? Yes. In part [I believe] because aspects of the feminist movement were hijacked by others, with motives of their own. And because some thought that being equal meant acting more like men; instead of being able to be free to be female. To not have being female mean that your work was devalued, whether it be work at home or on someones payroll. To not mean that choosing to say at home, take care of the house, and be the primary caregiver for children meant that the husband had ultimate authority over all aspects of your life: that he could insist that absolutely everything be done his way, and that disobedience meant he could punish you with impunity. That if you complained to your neighbors or pastor, you would be told to 'change your ways, that you must be compliant and obedient'. True feminism is simply the idea that women are as human as men.