I think the dialogue writers for Fallon's "feminism" scene knew full well that she sounded like a total hypocrite. She is really good at turning a blind eye to her faults, and blaming her troubles on "miserably ungrateful men" helps her shift the blame for her woes away from the appropriate place. Living the life she has led should allow her to create such fantasy scenarios of how great she is, since so few "real-world" people are allowed to set her straight. When that ghost-writer presented her with a few hard truths, she practically short-circuited. Liam did a similar clue-in and she retreated to her bed for a week. If she were that Strong Woman she claims to be, she might be able to weather occasional criticism...maybe even learn from it. "The Carrington Wing" of the hospital notwithstanding, I assume Alexis will get shipped off to a burn unit somewhere to be left alone in much the same way Steven's been left alone in Paris, and when her burns have been treated, she'll get plastic surgery. I wish they could inject that tiny bit of realism by saying they're caring for the absent Carringtons--a quick line here or there saying "I spoke to Steven's counselor and they say..." or "X isn't here, he/she is in Augusta visiting Alexis in the Burn Center."