Okay. A lot to unpack here. I appreciate everything you do for your child. You and I are not dissimilar at all. I am in the same boat. If you look at my writing, I have never once laid blame on any man or an entire group of men for the experience of motherhood as I know it.
I have written many articles in support of equality. Equality. Not women should get more. I have written article in high support of men. Feel free to check them out here, here, or here. These stories get curated and do very well despite the fact that a woman standing up for men in our current landscape does not sit well with some people.
Tables are turning and men are now experiencing things that women have for ages. When you speak of the unjust nature of it or being upset by it, our reaction is just kind of like, “Yeah? Welcome to the club. There are NO perks.”
I get it that you’re upset at the comments that you should be silence. No really, I get it. I REALLY get it. Go find any of my articles about women’s issues and read the absolute aggression, hatred, name calling and abusive language in the comments. Try having some MGTOW website post your article and send all of its followers to your article.
The problem with Michael’s article is the same problem you had with Valenti’s. There was NO fact behind it. It was steeped in blame and finger pointing and victimization. I don’t support that from any gender. Period.
As to my research, I think it’s totally valid and can’t be skewed. Your article is based in experience which, as I noted, is totally valid.