Two years ago, when I quit my job to raise our children, leaving behind a career and a salary to become — gasp — financially dependent on my husband, did I consider myself to be less of a feminist than I did when charting my own course as a fearless and single 20-something? Not at all, but mostly because my view of feminism had grown up as I grew up too. I realized loving my husband, birthing my babies and choosing to be home with them didn’t mean that I no longer cared about the role of women in our world, despite that my work as a stay-at-home mom is unpaid. Winnipeg-based SAHM Cara
said it best: "
The fact that she (Wurtzel) thinks all women should earn a salary in order to 'prove' their worth is very outdated."