Larry Kummer writes in Feminism has given us successful girls and broken girls:
Summary: I have two grown boys. The most frequent comment I get from parents who have daughters: you are so lucky; teenage girls are so difficult. The out-of-control, angry, hyper-emotional teen girl has become a common type in American society, even a trope in films and TV. Yet I see no mention of this as a normal phenomenon before the 1970s. What is happening?
We should only expect more of the same. Feminism cultivates women’s discontentment, what Betty Friedan famously called the problem with no name. Without women’s discontentment, there can be no feminist progress.
Only once gratitude is relinquished for righteous anger will gender rules in this realm be rewritten.
Feminism increases women’s discontentment, which then increases the power and appeal of feminism. Lather, rinse, repeat. As tragic as it is, you have to marvel at the evil elegance of feminism.