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On Feminism. And Motherhood
Hugh N. Cry
I was blessed to have a homemaker mother, God rest her soul. This set up made for a stable home of love. My beloved wife told me when we were courting that this was her desire as well. Our children, like she and I, have and continue to enjoy the same.
Ultraviolet
This was the subtle criticism author Ira Levin made in his novel "The Stepford Wives". The book wasn't just about evil hubbies replacing their wives with robots. It was about how their families changed once the exchange took place. The busy career wives had children that were unwashed, unruly, their homes were a mess, family dinners were frozen "heat and eat" TV-dinners.

Then the heroine looks …More
This was the subtle criticism author Ira Levin made in his novel "The Stepford Wives". The book wasn't just about evil hubbies replacing their wives with robots. It was about how their families changed once the exchange took place. The busy career wives had children that were unwashed, unruly, their homes were a mess, family dinners were frozen "heat and eat" TV-dinners.

Then the heroine looks around and sees her friends mysteriously quitting their jobs and devoting their full attentions on raising their children, keeping their homes spotless and beautiful, preparing delicious meals for their families. That's where Levin's "message" sinks home. The Stepford Wives have family lives that have changed, and changed for the better!

The heroine realizes something has gone terribly, terribly wrong in world of Seventies Women's Lib. ;-) Strangely none of the husbands are bothered by these baffling fall-backs to the 50s. Fancy that!