I have long been of the opinion that feminism plays into the hands of business and single existence. Or whatever you should call this movement that supposedly liberates somebody.
If you are a woman and you have given birth to a child, you quickly realize that you don't know what being a woman means. You are blind and stupid towards all other mothers and parents and have imagined a career. It's nobody's fault, it's just a men's habit many decades before, which was just taken over by the women. Women would not have had to emancipate themselves as men. Men needed an emancipation from work and their industrial lifestyle. This never happened in a resounding form. It probably will not. It is rather a leisurely development that is not very noisy.
As always, it is due to annoying habits, to the choice of a lifestyle that is determined by school, family and other influences such as the media (including government language tubes). You have to work your way out, read a lot, listen to the world and learn to trust yourself. Competition and wrong standards are in the way.
A man has not known who he is for a long time, he knows far less than a woman. Fatherhood almost ceased to exist at the beginning of the industrial age and only in the rural rural areas did the extended family stay for a long time. If men were their own liberators, women would automatically benefit as well. Instead, the female sex must behave masculine or think it must. All on our own, we have understood that birth control is something that makes it easier to manage one's life as a woman if one thinks economically. This topic depresses me...
Nevertheless, it is necessary to talk about it.