Read this article here by the daughter of Alice Walker, author of the book "The Color Purple" Raised by a feminist, and deciding on a different way of life than she was brought up to lead, she gives a very compelling witness to the emptiness that the radical feminist viewpoint creates.
This is my favorite line from the article
"I believe feminism is an experiment, and all experiments need to be assessed on their results. Then, when you see huge mistakes have been paid, you need to make alterations." That is definitely a viewpoint that I share, having been there and done that myself.
"There must be some taint of inherent vulgarity about the person who considers household labor a drudgery. The cooking and dishwashing, the sweeping and dusting the making and mending are all but the means to the end of maintaining a comfortable home and home life, and home is the haven to which all humanity turns for peace and joy and comfort and happiness."
a snippet of an article from a 1902 issue of the Progressive Farmer on the subject of women's work.