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Right now, feminists are trying to have a scenario that gives them what they consider, in their twisted minds, to be the best of both worlds - total control over a reproductive process in which they in reality only play a partial role, coupled with total lack of responsibility for the results of their actions, decisions and choices.
On the other hand, they want men to have zero control over the reproductive process, which could not happen without men, but total responsibility to simply go along with whatever choices the woman makes.
This mentality goes beyond childbearing. No feminist argues that a man should have any choice about his career. If his wife wants to stay home, he must support her and still help around the house. If she wants a career, he must adjust to that too, by assuming more responsibility around the house. All without participating in a decision that feminists claim belongs only to the woman.
Marriage and childbearing are a collaborative thing, and should involve both people. That is why it is very rare that a true believer in feminism can ever have a successful marriage.
Because this life does not allow us to have it both ways indefinitely, women are getting stuck more and more with full responsibility for their irresponsible childrearing as men pull away from situations in which they are assigned full responsibility but no control. Now these women have discovered how difficult it is to shoulder the whole burden themselves, having believed feminist gibberish about how a woman can do everything without a man (though they sure needed a man to have the child). They are discovering that what the feminists have been telling them all along is not true. I have no sympathy for them whatsoever; they should have known better. Believing in feminism is like falling for a flim-flam artist; it is your own initial greed, and desire to get something for nothing at somebody else's expense, that makes you suseptible to believe in it in the first place. But I do feel sympathy for the children, who suffer grievously because of the irresponsibility of their parents.
Feminism is another "ism" like communism, and it will eventually meet the same fate as communism, and for the same basic reason - its central tenets are in direct contradiction to human nature. As with communism, it's really only a question of how much misery it creates in the meantime, how many lives it destroys. On that score, if on few others, the feminist movement is scoring quite well.