We think she got the basic principles of feminism wrong as pertains to equal access, social, political and economic rights as well as equal opportunity. It’s not about women wanting to be men, and far from it. We do NOT believe in the man-bashing perversion of feminism that has been perpetuated. That’s a lie. We can acknowledge, appreciate and celebrate our unique differences and work together not ‘leave each other alone.’ As a filmmaker, she would not have that luxury to do so in some regions. When there is gendercide, women scarce in politics, only valued for their ability to procreate and killed and persecuted for wanting the education and access regulated only to males around the world, we still have a huge problem. Discuss.  What do you think about her analysis?