Sandra Hochman was a second-wave American feminist, perhaps best known for a documentary film Year of the Woman.
Her daughter, Ariele Leve, has published a book, An Abbreviated Life, giving an account of her childhood. If it is an accurate portrayal, then it is clear that her feminist mother was psychologically disordered, possibly borderline or narcissist.
It's another case of modern society being influenced by people unfit for the role.
You can read reviews of Ariele Leve's book, including descriptions of her mother's unusual behaviour, here and here.