When I found lolcow some years ago, I stumbled upon those PP and Radfem threads that were getting traction on the site. I felt welcomed, because I had always thought that the trans movement was kind of sexist, but nobody in my circle of friends seemed to understand my points. I even got bad looks when I tried to explain my arguments kek.
Anyway, when I started to lurk there, I felt really happy and I discovered what was radical feminism but I was a bit taken aback by it. Mostly because a lot of the radfems seemed to be anti-capitalists. I'm not pro-capitalism, I just don't have enough knowledge about economy to understand how other types of economy could improve our living. Also, I'm very apathetic towards that topic, because humans are greedy and like to be on top so no matter what model of economy, it will always end up in corruption just like politics.
However, even though I didn't identify myself as anti-capitalist, I did understand all of their other points. I think we could define Radical Feminism with three objectives:
>wants to abolish gender
>wants to abolish prostitution and end pornography
>does not want equality BUT liberation/freedom
What some people on this site have wrong is that, while we share these same objectives, we don't really share others.
Pink pill aligns with radfeminism
Gender critical aligns with radfeminism
BUT Radfeminism IS NOT pink pill
Radfeminism IS NOT gender critical.
I don't know if that's makes sense, but what I want to say is that some radfems can have different opinions on certain topics. For example, some radfems can be full pinkpill, while others are just mild or light pinkpill. It's the same with gender critical, hell, even some right-wingers share that with us.
I think we don't have to reform radical feminism, but understand that each of us have our opinions on different topics and that's understandable, we are not a hivemind and we'll never be. I've met people who were "radical feminists" but attacked white women and despised people who weren't vegan. However, I'm not instantly abandoning the movement because of an unpleasant interaction with another fellow radfem. That's just bullshit and childish af. It's like saying "well, I don't like rock anymore because some rock fan insulted me!!1!1!" or "this rock song shares awful messages, I'm not a rock fan!!"
Sorry for this spergery, but I needed to get it off my chest.