I really agree with this post.Self-policing. Every movement promoting worthwhile change contains elements within their ranks that are obnoxious in one way or another, and do the movement more harm than good. The more effective elements need to bring these folks into the fold, or find some way to sideline them so they do not hinder progress. I am not counting here legitimate differences of opinion, which should instead lead to fractures in movements, or people leaving the movement altogether.
Such disagreements are not new to the women's movement. Even in the days of the suffragists, some were in favor of gaining rights for wealthy and educated women, who (often with supportive husbands) had the money and influence to make headway politically. Others chose to develop grassroots support among the much more numerous, if far less resourced, working class. Ultimately it took the war to precipitate results for both groups.
Yes, and women from any socio-economic or demographic group should be able to get involved in feminism without having her whiteness, education, wealth, or anything else held against her. Only if she acts like a jerk should she draw criticism, just like poor, black, uneducated, or anything else jerks.