The biggest issue I find with young women, is inability to seperate feeling from truth, feeling from right and wrong. They think religious and patriarchal authorities are bad because they feel uncomfortable about what they are told
The issue stems from the manner the case is made known to women.
Read religious writing speaking of women in the 18th and 19th centuries, women are praised as being "more moral", "more modest", "more godly". Women are instructed into becoming these things, but because men convinced themselves that they had these tendencies as intrinsic, their manner of instruction has been entirely masculine and ignorant to the feminine psyche. Women were instructed as if they were men, hence it was quite crude and imposing and dealt with "harsh truths". It worked because there was no alternative.
But once there was a competitor, it took women by storm as it was curated towards exploiting their psyche and built itself upon knowing how they think. There are outliers of women who stuck to the old doctrines, of course. But the vast bulk of women found themselves quickly converted as women are not drawn by innate tendency towards morality or modesty, and are instead drawn entirely by their instinct for self-security and preservation of the female sex.
Feminism suggested that there was a mortal threat, that of patriarchy, to their very being, indeed to all women. By indicating certain attitudes as being the source of this threat, they quickly bought into despising it. Now they continue to be bought by these same existential threats and it is very hard to win them back upon little but the insistence that patriarchy cares. They have been convinced it doesn't, so something entirely novel is required.