I hate gender stereotypes and prejudices in general, and I am a definite believer in many so called 'feminist issues'. However, I feel a small minority of feminists have gone too far, past fixing unjust treatment and harmful stereotypes against females and going further to a pro-female viewpoint that implies that males/masculinity/testosterone is inherently harmful or wrong; basically arguing females are inherently superior and thus encouraging genderist polices so long as they are pro-female. While this is the minority of feminist they can sometimes be the most vocal and thus I feel slightly tainted the term by causing some to associate the term with the more extreme pro-female viewpoint.
Meanwhile, I also hate gender roles and stereotypes that harm males as well. I don't claim for a second that males have it worse then females on average, but I do believe there are gender stereotypes harmful to males exist and should also be addressed. However, I definitely don't want to refer to myself as a Men's Rights Activist, who are even more notorious in cultural perception for going beyond trying to fix actual inequalities that affect men towards pro-male genderist view points.
*I'm speaking only to culture perceptions I've seen, I am not making any generalized statement about actual mindset or intent of feminists or men's right activists here!
I believe stereotypes and genderism should be removed, rather they are harmful to males or females (or in many cases both at once). I also don't believe there is any reason that addressing gender issues for one sex should limit the ability to address issues for the other sex. Is there a good term for someone with this view. A sort of gender-neutral version of feminists/MRA that is looking to address sexism of any manner without prioritizing one sex's issues over another; and definitely not encouraging unfair treatment in favor of one sex over the other.