Sorry, you're not talking about feminism. You're talking about imaginary feminism. Relevant quote from the linked article:
Originally Posted by Capster78
Imaginary Feminism is monolithic.
This is very important. Anything said by anyone calling themselves a feminist can be assumed to be true of anyone else calling themselves a feminist. Some random thing Andrea Dworkin said in 1973 is tattooed on all IF's chests backward so they can read it in the mirror. All IFs simultaneously subscribe to the beliefs of Valerie Solanas, Catharine McKinnon, Betty Dodson, Phyllis Schlafly, Twisty Faster, and that person who wrote those weird articles about Firefly. Or, I mean, all the beliefs you know about. Don't feel over-pressured to actually learn anything about these people.
If an IF tells you she does not hold a particular belief, there are two possibilities, and only two:
1. She's lying. She's got the SCUM Manifesto printed on her ceiling so it's the first thing she sees when she wakes up, and you know it.
2. She's not really a feminist at all! And she didn't know it, poor thing! She's been suckered! Pat her on the head for being "one of the good ones" and welcome her into the MRA fold.
As for the OP - feminism is, at it's core, about equality. Unfortunately, 'equality' includes the equality to be exploited for profit, just like everybody else. So yes, there probably were movements under the umbrella term 'feminism' which also increased the capitalist exploitation of women. However, there are also other parts of feminism which work against such exploitation - both of women and of men. I think it's a general, if unfortunate, truth that every idea, no matter how well-meaning and beneficial, has been exploited for profit at one point or another.