Some of you might remember earlier posts wherein I discussed benevolent and hostile sexism. In honor of this nomenclature, in today's post I shall discuss what I coin hostile versus benevolent feminism. Specifically, benevolent feminism has been exemplary in redressing the myriad of injustices that women have faced in all walks of life. On the other hand, hostile feminism consists of ideological narratives, masquerading as academic content, that are irrational, false, and at times grossly offensive to all clear-thinking individuals (men and women alike). Bottom line: Feminism is laudable as a social movement, and minimally relevant as an academic discipline.