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Gains in women’s rights haven't made women happier. Why is that?

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Gains in women’s rights haven't made women happier. Why is that?

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Title Gains in women’s rights haven't made women happier. Why is that?
Author Retro-Housewife
Upvotes 47
Comments 4
Date 12 November 2019 02:56 PM UTC (10 months ago)
Subreddit antifeminists
Link https://theredarchive.com/post/710339
Original Link https://old.reddit.com/r/antifeminists/comments/dvb1zd/gains_in_womens_rights_havent_made_women_happier/
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[–]ulgulanoth12 points13 points  (0 children) | Copy

This is true for most women unfortunately the socio-economic state of the west really does not incentivise traditional family home making, partially because of feminism and partially because of the market reacting to the influx of women into the work force. We're probably going to see 30 years of miserable women before we go back to the nuclear family model

[–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

Efforts to empower the individual woman were disregarded in favour of empowering women through the feminist collective. Women were meant to be liberated from being told what to do, say or how to think. In this regard feminism has proven to be a more oppressive force then even an abusive husband. Even a woman's gender is now in question where if she is not angry, irrational or outraged enough on an issue then she is not a "real woman". The only "liberation" that came from feminism is in being oversexualised but their never allowed to be be pleased. More over any conservative woman is immediately diminished without remorse.

[–]nbowers5783314 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

Almost like a Kenny Chesney song, Rich and Miserable. Or maybe a book, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie

[–]baronmad0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Because those things arent what make women happy usually, what makes women happy is having a good family with a good husband and good children (usually).

They deeply want to tend to something and see it grow, to nurture and support something so that it might live. This was extremly important to women for the first 599,000 years of human existance, because if you were not like that, your children often died and your genetic material didnt go on for another generation. Which means that the biological makeup of women are aligned with that.

The same goes for men but in another direction, men were the enabler of the woman, he brought home the things she needed to take care of the children, which means men have been shaped by that for another 599,000 years.

If you look back to the time when resources was really scarce, what you needed as a woman was resources, but you couldnt get them and tend to your children, because we didnt have daycare or kindergartens for those times. They just didnt exist and women were controlled by their biology because we didnt have birthcontrol, and women are just as horny as men are.



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