The United States has a Federal System of government. There are two entities with sovereignty, the Federal Government in Washington and the individual states. It a bit tricky to run an outfit with two sovereign entities, but it has kind of worked so far. Supposedly only few responsibilities and powers (e.g. defense, inter-state commerce) are allocated for the Federal Government, with everything else reserved for the states. It is said that under such a system, that states become a laboratory for democracy. Presently, many supposedly super-smart educated people were surprised when state governors made the decisions about what would be open and closed during the pandemic, rather than the Federal Government. Let us say that some got an education in Federalism, though for many it was probably just to complicated for them to understand.
As for Feminism, what kind of government would they like? For the most part, they want a top-down government that issues fiats (e.g. from a Supreme Court). This idea of the states being laboratories of democracy is most definitely not what they want. There are two main reasons. Firstly, pushing your agenda in fifty states is a lot of work with lots of complication and cost. Secondly, if some states maybe adopt your agenda, while others don’t, this provides a chance to illustrate how dumb the agenda really is. Best not to give states this choice.
Is the Feminist agenda dumb? Has the parts implemented made them happier in the net case? How have the kids done? Perhaps women make more money individually and as a whole now, but once again, is there a net benefit?
Exit question — How are Feminists like ostriches?