Your "fact" is incorrect. I can prove this simply by using myself as an example.
I am a feminist. Most of my friends are men.
There, your "fact" is disproven.
As far as modern feminism being anti-male, you're not entirely wrong, at least. A lot of "mainstream" feminism does tend reflexively anti-male. But your specific examples, other than the Dworkin one (whoever the bleep she is), are... based more on misunderstandings than on facts.
For example, let's look at "toxic masculinity" (I prefer the term "toxic male gender roles", to make it clearer that the roles/social expectations, not the men themselves, are the problem). Does the existence of poisonous mushrooms mean that all mushrooms are poisonous? Does the existence of tainted hummus mean that all hummus is tainted? Does the existence of venomous snakes mean that all snakes are venomous? If your answer to those questions is "no", then why can't you understand that someone can talk about toxic masculinity, and not be talking about *all* masculinity? I agree that the term is, perhaps, a bit too easily misunderstood. But that doesn't mean that the *concept* (basically, as I understand it, the ways in which our stereotypical expectations of male behavior are bad for men) is inherently a bad one.
And talking about patriarchy doesn't mean we'd rather see a matriarchy. Just that we don't want your junk to determine whether or not you're considered "important". You don't want a matriarchy, is it that hard to understand that we don't want a patriarchy, either?