- Aug 17, 2018
No.Number three is hilarious as it's very feminist. Farming lifestyles require everyone to work, including the women. There were no housewives during the farming era. Housewives were a middle-class Victorian invention. So your advocating for feminist principles.
My point in #3 was not about economics but the birthrate factor. I'm all for women working in that kind of environment (which is nearly impossible to replicate today).
The fact is more traditional and rural societies typically have younger marriages and larger families. If the wives are taken from a family environment (including a family farm) it means less problematic, dirty peasants [me] procreating. The future belongs to the fertile and the 1% don't want my kind to be that future.