Bonnie Erbe, feminist, is at it again. She doesn’t think it’s a good idea for women with children to have a role model on the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). To put it simply, she thinks that women without children succeed more and should be the ones who serve in powerful positions since they are not, according to Erbe, “willing slaves” to their children.
As the author points out, 80 percent of the women in the United States over 40 have children, but Erbe only wants role models for the 20 percent that don’t. The article is summed up nicely:
Erbe has again proven that radical feminists don’t care about helping all women reach any goals – only the women who refuse to become “willing slaves” of motherhood are worthy of looking up to somebody.