Well, that doesn't sit well with me. Through taxation which has engendered a larger state I have already subsidized much of this anyway. It still doesn't make it right. Then again, that's why we're here on this forum.There's no need to feel (that) sorry for them anyways, society is built to help them cope. They will spend the second four decades of their lives being spoonfed you-go-girl dogma and SSRIs and wealth transfers from families. Besides a dark period of lucidity when they're alone with their thoughts here or there they will mostly be sheltered from having to think about or feel the consequences of their decisions. You and I and everyone else here will be non-consensual sugar daddies and friendzoners by proxy.
One thing to point out. I have kids and I have a stable family. There is no comparing this to anything. At night when I'm putting my kids down and they embrace me, I often think to myself that this is what a billion dollars feels like. But even a billion isn't enough.
With that said, no amount of go-girl, anti-depressants and money will ever substitute for what I have. This is the wisdom behind "money doesn't get you everything et al.". Don't think for one second that superimposing a female "hero" in shat wars will make women not regret this. It is biology, there is a drive within them, as there is in men too, for kids and all the rest. Sure, like many things, such desires can be redirected, but only for so long. And this is the so long period.
They are miserable, make not mistake about it. And they are suffering. But, there is cause for our own resentment here. For these women deliberately disturbed an order of things and this misery they are and will endure is the price. This is a cautionary tale. And I've come to realize that much of the liberal left is a cautionary tale.