Well, that is fine if you find it useful. You will find a summary of different subsets of feminism at Wikipedia, with useful links. I'm not really interested in giving a feminismS 101 course, as you are every bit as competent and qualified as I am to research what I meant.
I find what is going on right here in Montréal infinitely more interesting and empowering, including in terms of how neoliberal policies disproportionally affect women and other groups suffering specific oppression and discrimination (atop general capitalist exploitation).
Reading over a leaflet by "Les Mères en colère et solidaires" - people, primarily women, taking back the streets - the real streets.