I mostly only ever come on here to post stuff about this subject, but it's really fascinating to me. So anyway, iirc, I was asked why social justice and feminism have become "bad words" and I found a video that sums it up well, though I've probably posted stuff in relation to it in the past.
The video is about 30 minutes but I found it to be pretty funny in a self deprecating way, but I'll give a summary anyway.
The idea is that social justice *warriors* have low "integrative complexity" that makes them inflexible in their opinions because their entire worldview is informed by their ideology that if there's a disparity then that must be equal to oppression/discrimination: see equality of opportunity vs equality of outcome and equal representation in the media, disproportionate policing of low income neighborhoods because the most crime happens predominantly in neighborhoods inhabited by racial minorities, etc.
It's like if a feminist says that gendered toys for kids or gendered clothes are sexist, but they're gendered because most people/kids tend toward the things associated with their genders, or that the pink tax (high prices for women's stuff) is sexist even though they're more expensive because they have more ingredients like women's shampoo for example.
This is the problem with feminist studies, that they use their mindset to explain anything as oppression if it seems like it could be.
case in point
I'd be interested in debating this with someone, though I rarely get online and basically never check replies to any posts I make, so I guess send a PM if this interests you and feel like talking about it, maybe I'll get back to you.