The respectable or noble parts of feminism do not compose feminism's soul because they do not quintessentially belong to feminism. Rather, they belong to the world at large, to the realm of liberal humanist homily, to the body of traditional opinion about fair play, common decency and the like. And if these were broken loose from feminism they could just as well sail under their own flag. Certainly, they do not require a new-fangled monikker like "feminism". And yet they obscure the vital presence of that OTHER feminism, the not-nice kind which operates only to boost the female-supremacist agenda.
Already, I can hear a howl of protest. "No! That's NOT what feminism really is!"
I would reply: "Bad luck! You've had YEARS to tell the world what
feminism really is. Now the world tells feminism what
feminism really is!"