2) I agree with some of her points and disagree with others, and many more I find way too simplistic and gender essentialist.
3) I am getting tired of discussing feminism in a non-academic context and I only want to if I don't have to make the same elementary points over and over.
On that note: the first point which I will make again, because I was not exactly aware of it until taking a class on intersectional feminism is the following. Feminism as most people think of it is mostly conceived of and practiced among middle class white women and will reflect those biases. Most criticisms directed at "feminism" are in fact aimed at this group, and sometimes rightly so. The focus on adopting masculine traits and trying to supplant men in a patriarchal system, competing with them for money and power, simply continues oppression by failing to reject the patriarchal model of hierarchy and domination. We need to reject all forms of hierarchy and domination to eliminate all forms of oppression. Second, all forms of oppression reinforce each other. Racism, classism, heterosexism, sexism, etc. are part of the same system and must all be dismantled in order to eliminate one. Third, I consider myself and ecofeminist, adding that exploitation of nature is another axis of oppression and gave rise to all the others. It is based on value-dualistic thinking, and it is this thinking which is at the root of oppression, particularly oppression of women and the feminine. I am still studying this, so I don't have all the answers, but I am certain that a correct formulation of ecofeminism could address all criticisms against feminism. Also, before you judge feminism, I would suggest reading some black feminist writers. I've always thought of myself as a feminist, but I didn't realize how different the perspectives are and how intersectionality works.
Don't quote me with some ignorant BS bigoted opinion, because I will not answer.