If you do not address the tensions within your movement, if you do not focus on the people on the ground making your movement actually happen day-to-day and the real-world constraints those people are operating under, then what you have can no longer be called a "movement." Instead, you have a creative commons-licensed brand, free to be used by all.
The top position in power filled by a woman, who feels a strong responsibility towards her citizens’ everyday needs and is tired of governmental corruption? Now that’s cause for transatlantic envy, from both the feminist and libertarian perspective.
Sororities started off as organizations that empowered students who did not find a home in the traditional university. The incident at Alabama offers the chance for sororities to return to their roots.