You could say that they were trying to spring off the white man's anger who were unhappy being equal to their former slaves by saying, "we deserve more rights than those black people."
It doesn't make all feminism bad.
I would say the exception were feminist Quaker women, because Quakers were always far more progressive on equal rights. They built the underground railroad and have always been way ahead the rest of society in equal rights.
Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman doctor and Lucretia Mott are a few Quaker feminist who come to mind.