S. M. Hutchinson asks whether feminists are man-haters in his brief essay, “A Short Course on Feminism.”

[E]ven if someone feels no ill-will toward men in general, but supports programs that proscribe maleness in accordance with a formula that makes them “equal” to women despite their manifest differences, this denies their being as male and prohibits them from exercising it. What better practical example might there be of hatred, especially interesting among those who invariably find it among people who refuse to accept sexual deviation as personal identity?

Well, that’ll be controversial.