Sure, people do. There is a tag for feminism, and there are deep philosophical roots in many trends of feminism.
I have given answers to several questions on feminism here, and have occasionally responded to contemporary ethics questions from the point of view of cultural feminists, radical pacifist feminists or Marxist-feminists because as inheritors of a specific analytic perspective, they sometimes provide an exceptionally clear framing of social issues, especially about work, obligations or identity.
The problem, that gets many related questions closed, as the comment indicates, is that feminists often speak about deeply emotional issues, and that there is a strange prohibition on respectfully criticising feminists in public even from other feminist positions. Non-feminists would rather have you trash the lot of them, and many feminist supporters will accept no nuanced or partial agreement. So a question that leaves even the slightest leeway for interpretation on both sides is perceived as a threat to women.
(I also insist on responding to questions on men's issues which all get immediately closed, even when they are basically feminist.)