Feminism is about a woman's right to choose. If a woman wants to pursue a traditionally feminine role, that's her choice. Hence, Martha Stewart is not an anti-shero because she chooses to do "girl" things. It's just as bad to tell women that they shouldn't stay at home as it is to tell them that they should not go to work.
An anti-shero is not necessarily a woman who is unpleasant, or who displays character traits that you dislike.
The word anti-shero is a noun. Shero can alternatively be spelt "Sheroe." The adjective is "anti-sheroic." If you're talking about the practice of keeping women down, this is generally called sexism. If you're talking about dislike or hatred of women, that's misogyny" - Linwen, www.sheroescentral.com