Author Fay Weldon has risked infuriating fellow feminists by claiming their cause left two-thirds of British women worse off.
In an interview in The Mail on Sunday’s Event magazine today, Weldon, 85, says the feminist revolution had adverse implications by ‘halving the male wage, so it no longer supported a family.’
That meant some women had to get jobs, even if they would rather have been at home with their children. ‘Women had to work to support the family. So for two in three women, it really was a problem.’
Vox Day has been writing about this issue for many years.
Here's my brief take:
- More women enter the workforce. SUPPLY of labor increases. Eventually, wages decrease.
- Hypergamy! Women are attracted to taller, older, stronger, richer men. These working women ignore men who don't earn more than them.
- Marriage rate goes down. Fewer babies. DEMAND for labor decreases. More downward pressure on wages.
- The welfare state needs more slaves workers. Who the hell is going to pay for your pension and health care?
- Gates are opened for barbarians. Muslim immigration.
- The white, Christian peoples of Western Civilization face the abyss.
- World War M.
Women ruin everything.