My wife’s income allowed me to do what I really loved. I realized that women’s liberation is men’s liberation, too.
I’m not saying that men make better fathers than women do mothers.
Without husbands, women have to focus on earning more. They work longer hours, they’re willing to relocate and they’re more likely to choose higher-paying fields like technology.
I realized that women’s liberation is men’s liberation, too.
Men are fair, and they have learned not to personalize anger – they can disagree with you and argue to the bone, but afterward they still consider you a nice person with whom the underlying human relationship need not be altered.
I definitely agree with choices for women, but I do not agree with choices for women when they eliminate choices for men. Rather, I think that the sexes need to make choices that lead to the maximum amount of win-win for both sexes.
Who is Warren Farrell?
Warren Thomas Farrell is a political scientist, activist, and author of seven books about men’s and women’s issues from the United States. Farrell rose to prominence as a supporter of second-wave feminism in the 1970s, serving on the National Organization for Women’s New York City Board of Directors.