Villain Girl (their eyes glow): You should never trust a man. When there’s beautiful girls around, you can never trust they’ll stay faithful to you anyway.
Other Villain girl: So really, Vega, you ought to just pour yourself into your passions, weaving and eating, because that’s all there is left for you.
Villain girl: And while you do that, we’ll collect all the energy of the young people on earth.
Other villain girl: We’ll collect all their lively energy. And of course, we’ll share that energy with you so you can someday return to your youthful self <3.
Diana: Now I remember! Aren’t you girls the two other weaver stars Mercury was telling us about, Theta and Epsilon! Are you guys responsible for this nonsense?
Chibiusa: I won’t allow it! PINK SUGAR HEART ATTACK!

I think it’s important here that the misandry/straw feminism was shown to be a front for selfish goals/ruse rather than a belief system people actually have, and she was taken down by a female hero who is a genuine “ally to girls”, rather than a man *showing her the error of her ways*. That’s the only way stories centered around straw feminism are ever salvagable, really.

Villain Girl (their eyes glow): You should never trust a man. When there’s beautiful girls around, you can never trust they’ll stay faithful to you anyway.

Other Villain girl: So really, Vega, you ought to just pour yourself into your passions, weaving and eating, because that’s all there is left for you.

Villain girl: And while you do that, we’ll collect all the energy of the young people on earth.

Other villain girl: We’ll collect all their lively energy. And of course, we’ll share that energy with you so you can someday return to your youthful self <3.

Diana: Now I remember! Aren’t you girls the two other weaver stars Mercury was telling us about, Theta and Epsilon! Are you guys responsible for this nonsense?

Chibiusa: I won’t allow it! PINK SUGAR HEART ATTACK!

I think it’s important here that the misandry/straw feminism was shown to be a front for selfish goals/ruse rather than a belief system people actually have, and she was taken down by a female hero who is a genuine “ally to girls”, rather than a man *showing her the error of her ways*. That’s the only way stories centered around straw feminism are ever salvagable, really.