Without getting into identity politics, as that in itself destroys itself upon relation, I will simply say that all parties have ways of assigning blame to groups that descend from ranks. Because feminist theory is more associated with liberal theory, it is often assumed to be a liberal doctrine, therefore those who break said ranks are seemed to be an other, and because liberal doctrine is about the future, it is often pushed as a crisis towards person when a women doesn't align with their liberal ideals (I am liberal in some of mine as well, this isn't bashing purposely).To give better context, I will say that the same is to be said for conservative who may be a-religious (this is based on an experience I have seen by some), he/she is seen to be an unbeliever due to conservative dogma in the 20th to 21st century being associated with Christian belief (and which gives the right things like anti abortion stances), this can be shown in this case that such things as progressiveness is as much a religion on the left as Christianity is on the right, which pushes both parties to their corners, even though the basic truth of either philosophy doesn't really go to either group: American Conservatism being the the belief in small, decentralized government, and American Liberalism being the belief in a centralized, branching power of government. The difficulty comes in when assessing the culture of each. Conservative tends to be associated rightly with a more traditional view of America, being one of community and the unchanging ways of "real values", which are necessarily given by many as such roles as men being provider and women being the housewife (I am conservative in some views, this isn't bashing either), whether or not that is true of all conservatives it is at least a characteristic of the creed. The liberal side of things, on the other hand, hold themselves more upon the idea of change. This seems good in basic terms, but it often leads to more demonizing of those who "hold back" these ideology, where some women might simply have their own philosophy, liberals have an emotional connection with this idea of "new world" and often progressive ideas that cause them to fear conservative views the same way the other feels about its other. Liberals and conservatives on the base seem like clear views, but these views also reflect fears and counter cultures that cause both alignments to create demons of each other whenever they have the ability.