It's worse than that, though.
I've pointed out before one of the nuttier beliefs in the Manosphere is that attractive woman are unpleasant and bitchy. I've never seen it. The only unpleasant women I have ever met have been unattractive. Every attractive woman I've met has been pleasant.
And every feminist I've met has been unattractive. And every one of them has been unpleasant.
The first feminist I met was my first semester in college when I was 18. She was overweight, plain, hostile and loud. Those characteristics cluster together. Clusterfuck, actually.
These woman think they have been scorned because men aren't kissing their fat, leftist asses. I've mentioned that Carl Jung said women's greatest flaw is thinking they are always right and would never be happy until they gave up that belief. And if you think you are always right than someone else - men - are always wrong, which means everything is their fault.
There is a certain small percentage of women who seek vengeance on men because their lives have not turned out as they desired - and like children they blame their problems on others. Unattractive women (not all of them, of course), feminists (all of them).
I've met one than one woman who was attractive and popular when younger, then later never got married and never had children, or got married than divorced, and by middle-age their looks were gone and they were hostile - "Men are all cause of all the problems in the world! (as I've been told more than once by divorced/never-married women).
I've suggested women should not be allowed to vote unless they are married and have children.
I've also written, jokingly, that unattractive women should get free plastic surgery. Or be sterilized so they can't pass on their ugly genes to their children.
I don't blame my problems on women. But some of them blame their problems on me and other men.
It's children who blame their problems on others. Not surprisingly, intelligent men in the past have suggested women are just big children.
When I was 19 - swear to God - I had a middle-aged nurse tell me women were not the equal of men.
Women aren't the equal of men. They really are the weaker vessel. That's why you don't see them in steel mills or as carpenters.
Now some of them think the day will come when they can defeat men in mixed-martial arts. This is hubris, which is related to a kind of insanity.
It'd be a much better world if such women assessed themselves much more realistically. The Greeks called that Sophrosyne – knowing your limitations.