That, in its estimation, the positive contributions that leader brings to
the table outweigh the damage done by the harmful elements?
Wait. Sexism is evil, right? Then shouldn't a sexist leader be condemned?
I'd say "judgemental". You're not seeking evidence to confirm/deny statements, you're flatly stating (on no evidence) that this one person's worst statements are representative of a massive global movement. I humbly suggest doing a bit of research. I can point you to some sources, if you'd like, including ones that specifically speak to why the existing gender stereotypes and power structure are harmful for men.
I have never said that I like gender stereotypes. Being a feminine man, I'm a victim of stereotypes myself...
And let me stress that: I'm not saying that I know every feminist in the world. I'm not saying that there are no sensible feminists. The only thing I'm trying to say is that my experiences with our local brand of feminism has made me distrustful to the movement (even though I started out as a person *sympathetic* to it). Because I've noticed that, at times, feminisms drifts into absurd and man-hate.
And I, as a feminist, reject this as harmful, sexist, and bullshit.
The translated version:
Oh dear. It reads... pretty strange.
BTW. If you wonder why there's Wednesday in the title... it's because "Środa" means "Wednesday" in Polish.
Worth pointing out that Magdalena Sroda is not a "leader of the feminist movement" in Poland as Beorning is portraying her. She's a Polish academic figure who happens to be some stripe of feminist and to have been politically active, with some connections to the government after Solidarnosc's victory. That doesn't make her a "leader" of "the feminists," with whom as a broader movement she has actually had some quite spectacular blow-outs.
I'm saying that she's *one* of the leaders. Isn't she currently connected to Kongres Kobiet?
I've honestly never heard about Środa having any kind of "blow-outs" with other feminists.