NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE
rom a guy’s point of view, the sexual revolution could not have turned out better. When the pill was invented by men and released in 1960, the promise was that women would be freed from the burden of unwanted reproduction. The more salient effect was that men would be freed from the burden of committing to women.
Three generations of plummeting marriage and childbearing rates later, men have successfully used feminism to brainwash millions of women into behaving like men, pursuing sexual variety heedless of commitment, especially the responsibilities of having children. The feminism industry, from Gloria Steinem’s Ms. magazine up …