I think that we have to be careful here. It seems to me that this word "feminism" means different things to different folks.
If it means radical feminism, I would certainly agree with Patriarch Kirill.
If it means the right of women to work outside of home, I would not agree, unless a woman elevates her career over her other roles in a radical and self-conscious way. OTOH, that is a problem for men as well; one should not place a career over Church and family. Indeed, I submit that men are more guilty of this than women.
If it means the right of women to emulate the worst traits and practices of men in the name of equality, I would agree with HH Kirill.
If it means the right of women not to be raped, beaten, abused and otherwise maltreated by men, I would not agree.
I agree with you, and disagree too.
I do not believe that women should work outside of the home (IF POSSIBLE)
3 The aged women likewise, that they be in behaviour as becometh holiness, not false accusers, not given to much wine, teachers of good things;
4 That they may teach the young women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children,
5 To be discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good, obedient to their own husbands, that the word of God be not blasphemed.
Women who are submissive of course, does not mean a man should beat them. The scriptures tell us to "love our wives as ourselves".
Feminism often brings a woman out of a home, away from her children. It subjects her to the toils of the world, thus making her not a "keeper at home".
Unmarried women in tradition, would remain at her father's home, until wed.
Today in our complex world things should not entirely be different. IF it is possible for a woman to be at home with her parents until marriage, I would believe that is a good way. IF it is not possible, I believe she should have every opportunity in the workplace as anybody else. IF she is married, I believe she absolutely should be at home if at all possible (either keeping home, raising children, or both). IF a woman has a career, and marries, then I believe she should then terminate her career, to be a keeper at home and/or mother. (Yes even if she is a doctor) I KNOW this is NOT always possible, but in general, I think this is a great way to go.
As posted above, the scriptures speak of the lessons the older women leave to younger women. It's a beautiful plan which God has made for us.