I am sure that many of the feminists who read this site, but never post, are going to have problems with this article. But if you take some of the points one by one, there is actually a lot of truth in them. Most of the points made do not only apply to relationships with feminists. The article more or less describes what many feminists think and how many feminists view the world, and themselves. What strikes me most about Vaknin's analysis is that so much of the behavior is not only common, but accepted within the feminist movement. Visit any random feminist website or blog and you can literally see this sort of behavior in action.
It is unfortunate that many children will grow up in household with a person like this, someone so willing to devalue and dehumanize them, particularly if they are male. But I think that there is still hope that those kids will rebel against such stringent, degenerating roles. Most of the males of my generation have no real love for or of feminism, though most are not willing to say so out loud. I think once it becomes acceptable to offer the sort of criticism Vaknin did in the article, we will see more boys and men rejecting feminism as a whole rather than just avoiding relationships with feminists.