It’s because, ultimately, women do what they’re told to do.
Decades ago, the late Stalinist monster Betty Friedan wrote The Feminine Mystique which was about how housewives were bored and should take up careers. It was the fault of men, of course.
Lots of housewives were bored, but it never occurred to Friedan that feminism is the result of peace and prosperity (created by the technology and ideas of men) and not “patriarchy” and “oppression.”
Women fell for Friedan’s nonsense by the millions – and look at the result. Women did want they were told to do.
When I was 17 years old I meet a man who told me “the feminine is the emotional, the passive and the dependent.” That’s been my experience.
Women are generally ruled by their feelings and not their reason – and it’s why they shouldn’t be allowed to vote.
It reminds me of what Jack Nicholson’s character said in As Good As It Gets about why he understood women so well: “I think of a man and take away reason and accountability.”
Women today are about as unhappy as they have ever been and the number of them I know on psychiatric medication is close to astronomical.
Women are trying to imitate men – and they’re doing it badly. “I want a career, then I want home and husband and babies!” They’re doing what they’re told to do, only it’s not working out. So of course they’re doubling down – and of course it’s still men’s fault.
It’s not surprising that Schopenhauer and Lord Chesterfield suggested that women were just big children. What else were they supposed to think about goofy creatures who imitate men and when it doesn’t work out blame their problems on those very same men?