Yes, entirely. By focusing on how problems effect a specific group of people (i.e. how sexism effects females), it has entirely excluded males from it's problem solving, ergo, making it sexist in it's outlooks on problems, and a completely non-gender equality movement. It's for the advancement of women, not the advancement of people. An excellent example of this can be seen when it comes to rape, in that rape is socially viewed as a crime perpetuated by males against females. This view is reinforced because of Feminism's death grip on public opinion. This notion has become so prevalent, that the FBI defines rape as something that affects specifically females, and not males, and goes on to state that rape against a male is "Sexual assault", which carries a drastically lower sentence. This is despite the fact that males and females are raped in equal numbers. This is what happens when you try to solve sexism with sexism; you just generate more sexism, just in different ways. Instead of thinking about ho rape, domestic violence, gender roles, or what have you, effect WOMEN, we should be looking at how those things effect PEOPLE. We shouldn't be attacking violence or sexism against women, we should be attacking the very idea of violence and sexism, so as to bring about a benefit for ALL people, not just one specific group, which is what Feminism seeks to do. This makes it a sexist movement, and therefore, one not deserving of respect.
Hell no. Harming innocent individuals is always unjustified. Period. Further more, harming someone simply because they did something you didn't like is both childish, and morally abhorrent. Finally, there is no excuse for killing another human being ever, unless it is in self-defense from an aggressor. The violent protests staged by radical shitlords break all of these, and therefore, are inexcusable. They are bullies, and should be put in their place like bullies should.
Of course not. The former is an act of asserting one's bodily sovereignty, while the latter is cold bloded killing. What a ridiculous idea to compare the two. They could not be further apart. How sick is it, to compare someone who is choosing to not have their bodily sovereignty violated against their will with the act of going up to a stranger, who was minding their own business, and killing them. It is a comparison only thought valid by morons.