We have greatly underestimated feminism's harmful influence on millennials

Article here. Interesting article but I notice the author talks about Millennials as if the whole generation were female. They're not. Excerpt:

'Once again, true. But there's more to it than that. This message to which Sinek refers was specifically directed to girls by their feminist-minded mothers. Sinek talks about the self-esteem movement and the harm it's done to millennials, and I agree. But we can't separate the self-esteem movement from the feminist movement. They're two sides of the same coin.

It was a powerful message that set off a chain of events. Millennials are the first generation of women to reject marriage and motherhood and to instead pile up degree upon degree, resulting in debt that, while theoretically was supposed to help them get established for marriage, instead dealt them a cruel blow: now they can't afford to get married.
Millennials were told they were special but learned that they aren't. They were told they don't need a man but learned that they do. They were told that children will hold them back but discovered that children are precisely what they want. In fact, family is all they really want.

Only now they're too old or too broke to have one.'

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... is no one's asking them to do so. Gee, wonder why?

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