Erica Jong's essay "Mother Madness" and her daughter's article "Growing Up with Ma Jong" reveal modern and postmodern feminism for what they are: materialistic. Count the material references in each article, if you don't believe it.
Any average baby like baby Jong-Fast who hated breast-feeding millennia ago would have died. There weren't too many options to breast-feeding when everyone had to struggle to survive. American mothers raising children today would be well-advised to ignore the cries from the she-cult of victimization; instead, they should be thankful. Having the economic latitude to pursue "choices" is new in the history of mankind, and it's deeply rooted in material prosperity--for everyone.
I, for one, never received feminism well, even though professors pushed it 24-7 at the women's college I attended. Feminism merely addresses material pursuits--power, money, respect, and parity with men--to name a few. If we have any victims today, it's the children who have suffered silently through the materialistic struggles of their mothers, children who cannot even recognize these struggles for what they are: materialistic pabulum too dilute to nourish an eternal soul.
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