Sure: "Cultural Marxism" is literally not an ideology that anyone actually describes themselves as following, nor a word used by anyone but those saying it's supposedly a problem. Nobody thinks to themselves "Gee, I'm going to make sure the means of production go from one culture to another", nobody actually practices Marxism but with cultures. The term is used by people who simultaneously misunderstand progressive ideology and misunderstand Marxist ideology so lump them together even though only the most tenuous connections are there. Say hypothetically someone wanted to dispute conservative ideology so started referring to how there's a real problem with "Conservative Monarchists" because conservatives agree with inheritance and so do monarchists. That'd be an insane characterisation of conservative ideology based on tenuous connections, and would basically make them look ridiculous. That's how people who talk about "Cultural Marxism" come across. Mischaracterising progressive ideology to make it seem like it's an extension of (Their poor understanding of) Marxist ideology.