Some talented women can be as good as men and can have high profile successful careers as well as a few offspring along the way. Some women simply don’t feel that offspring are that important in their lives and don’t want to assume the traditional female role of housewife.
With a backup of grandmothers and paid nannies a successful career woman can raise a family and have a successful married life with spouse if the man can get over the shock that he is not the dominant bread winner and needs to make adjustments in his life and maybe even job to help out his career minded wife.
The husband frequently also needs to pay more attention to the offspring and their well-being which some males are reluctant to do. It takes a smart man, who is not too committed to male stereotypes, who can adjust to being of secondary importance in married life to a career woman. Not all men can successfully make this adjustment.
Realistically feminism is for the talented women and most women still have to be dependent on the husband’s income in the formative years of their young offspring since they can’t afford quality offspring care with nannies and grandmothers. Not enough money is still the main reason why many women must rear their offspring in the formative years of life and take some time off from work and remain totally dependent on the husband’s income.
In the real world many women do not make that much money in a job and many do not want to sacrifice a quality lifestyle with offspring playing a dominant role in their lives. Many women still are more caring or nurturing and do a better job of raising offspring than men and offspring frequently suffer from an absence of quality care if the mother is too dedicated to a job.
Feminism frequently neglects the vital role which women need to play in the raising of quality offspring, especially in the formative early years which frequently determine how successful offspring will be as adults.
Feminism is for talented women with a very good income and if you are an average common woman with an average poor paying job then find a husband with a good income who can support you and your offspring in the formative years of their lives with you playing the role of housewife.
Yes, some couples are trying to raise offspring dependent on the income of two working parents but many can’t make the necessary adjustments, are doing so unsuccessfully, and it is resulting in much misery which frequently ends in divorce.
The fact is that raising two or more young offspring is a full time job and someone has to do it right. Sharing this full time job between two working parents is a logistics nightmare.
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