There is no feminism - or leftism, for that matter - when people are poor. But with technological advancement, and science, and other things, life becomes easy. Even poor people have lives that kings 150 years ago couldn't imagine. Here, even the poor live like kings!
Who created this wealth and advancement? Men, not women. Oh, there were a few women, to be sure, but without men, to quote Camille Paglia, women would still be living in grass huts. Tastefully decorated huts, I'm sure, but still huts.
Betty Friedan, the horrendously ugly Stalinist skank, wrote a famous book in the early '60s, The Feminine Mystique, in which she wrote about women's Problem with No Name.
That problem? Boredom. And why? Because technological advances had made their lives so easy there was little for them to do. And being unable to fill their days (believe me, if I didn't have to work I'd find plenty to do) they thought they'd imitate men and move into the workforce.
After all, we're having a party out here!
Was there any gratitude from women toward men for accommodating them? Not a drop. Just cries of victimization and whines of more! more! more! And no matter what they are given, it will never be enough.
Women don't even know what they want.
I'm grateful for all of it. I don't have to walk behind an ox plowing a field. i just go to the grocery store. Astounding!
I sometimes get the impression many women are lacking in abstract thought and imagination. Or maybe they're just too self-absorbed. Narcissistic.
Whatever the problem is, men have been far too accommodating. What we've gotten, mostly, is no gratitude and instead attempts at toxic shame and toxic guilt.
"As you sow, so you will reap" - Jesus