I just read a chapter on marriage just a few weeks ago, and the chapter talked about what a raw deal that women get in marriage. It said that many women are expected to cook and clean, stay at home more often and take care of the children, and to step out of the spotlight and have a less prosperous career, while the husband works more and goes to school more so that he can have a much more prosperous career and can become the primary bread-winner in the family. The feminists then talk how awful this is that many women have to give up their opportunities for a great career so that there husband can have the better career. It also talked about what a devastating impact that a divorce would have on a woman because she was not allowed to put the same efforts into building as prosperous of a career as her husband. However, this is such a one-sided way to look at the issue to me. What about the husband? He also got the raw deal in this situation because he got screwed out of seeing his children as much because he was so busy providing for the family, while the wife got to see the kids all the time. Also, that sucks for the husband in the situation because he would lose half of his shit in the divorce because that's just how it goes: he would lose half of his shit that he worked hard for, and that the wife didn't work as hard to get. So there are two sides to that coin. In fact, there are two sides to every situation and the feminists often refuse to see it.
At the end of the day, I would say that the majority of feminists are just lesbos who are man-haters.