But by that reasoning, then all religions are compatible with feminism. Saying that no religion is compatible with feminism because you would have to ignore other parts of the religion doesn't make any sense, because religion is about the individual and how they live their lives, especially in relation to others.
Regardless of one's beliefs in feminism, anytime you have to reinterpret a religious doctrine to make it compatible, you are no longer dealing with the original belief, but altering it. It is no longer the same belief as the those who originated it. It might be more palatable, but you have removed what most would call the authenticity from which its authority derives. And if all who follow it agree to just "ignore" that part then it is even more demeaning to its authority as well as blasphemous.