Other than actually knowing a bunch of feminists that I ended up thinking were ignorant, it was the school newspaper in university. In my first year two stories dominated from September through the whole year.
One was a case of a woman taking her shirt off in public, walked around with her boobs out and got a ticket. The groundswell of support was huge and it lasted forever. Like years. They were organizing rallies in the park where they's ALL take their tops off, and they'd all be chanting and singing and holding up signs about the patriarchy and flashing their boobs. They just would not shut the F up.
The other was about this male student who opened a door for a female student and she refused to walk in. So he called her a B and walked in the building. Well she went irate and it became a big story and all year people would write in and either condemn the man for his actions/comments or try to defend him. But nobody ever said anything about the B, I mean the woman, in the story. It was like she was off limits, and the only behaviour that needed to be addressed was the man's.
Then they put out their "International Womyn's Day Rag" edition which featured stories such as "Why all women should be lesbian until the age 25", "Imagine a world without men", and significant reminders that "all men are potential rapists".
That was enough for me. At least it turned the tide for me. In high school I was a feminist. And when I think back about it I am embarrassed and upset. I feel like I was stupid and immature as a feminist, but also that it was forced on me at an early age (grade 2) and I resent that. The whole thing pisses me off now.