We all like to rant about how we won’t be forced into restrictive gender roles, how we’re more than our wombs, how marriage and motherhood aren’t necessarily the pinnacle of a woman’s life.
But then there are songs like these, and our visceral reactions. There’s something incredibly compelling about the picture Leslie Feist paints — the kids, the man, the homestead, the hearth.
1) What makes this particular future so attractive? (If you don’t think it is at all, tell me why. I can’t promise I’ll believe you, though)
2) Why are we afraid or dismissive of said attraction?
Let’s fight it out in the comments.