Men really have gotten the short end of the stick for all of the "progress" that women have made socially.
Thanks to the feminists, it is now pure, sexist bigotry to question why women would want careers.
However, I'd like to point something out. It's all fine and dandy that a woman can want and have a career. I don't oppose that. What chaps my hide is what it did for men.
A woman choosing a career isn't simply a case of her making a choice about her life. It's also a case of screwing men over (and less, when the ladies come home tired from work...) by loading us up with the household responsibilities that they abandoned.
I am the primary breadwinner in the family, but since my wife also works (her choice), I now have to change diapers, empty the dishwasher, and all sorts of other stuff that I did not choose.
How is that fair? It's not like I have been able to delegate any of the masculine housework to my wife. I sure as hell can't go up to my wife and say, "Open this jar of pickles," or "Eek! Kill that spider/mouse/malicious intruder!" or "Honey, don't you think that it's time to mow the lawn/change the oil in the car/fix the (enter any household noun)."
We men have been ripped off, and I think that it's time that we went on strike. Since we haven't the will-power to pull a Lysistrata style of boycott, I say that we must boycott other things. For every diaper that you have to change--that's a spider that she has to kill. For every dishwasher that you have to load/empty--that's a jar of something that you ask her to open. Do you get the drift, guys?
Men of the world, unite! We have nothing to lose but our chains.