Modern feminists consider the nuclear family to be oppressive, a moral evil, regardless of its success - so why does this surprise you?
I grew up in a pretty traditional family. While I and my parents disagree about a lot, I am beginning to realise that the upbringing I had has given me a lot of advantages over my peers. I do fight with my mum and dad over some stuff, to be sure...but as much as I can feel frustrated and upset, I know that some other people not far away from me don't even have two parents who are together. Even if they do, very few will have only one parent who has to work (and not all week). I don't have any student debt either.
The sad thing is that today's children will experience a rougher start to life than those who came before, and feminists deserve some of the blame. I think there are two main reasons: one is that feminists have always campaigned for liberal divorce laws, and the other is the propaganda they push that women cannot have an identity outside the workforce.
I also think that the introduction of postmodernist thought has permanently damaged feminism's public image. When feminists rail against the "white male patriarchy" but refuse to condemn the barbarity of the Middle East or Africa, say men have no innate differences to women and purge their own ranks of people who are not politically correct enough, a number of women who might've otherwise been interested back away. It is for this reason that I'm optimistic about the future. Whatever happens, feminism will die out.
Perhaps for insecure men who can only feel adequate when they have their wives at home and financially dependant on them. And for men who otherwise can not compete in the workplace with an equally qualified woman.