Your last statement leads me to believe you've misunderstood the point I'm trying to make.

First, I wasn't blaming feminism for anything. I have absolutely no reason to do that. My issue was with the point the author was making, especially the statement I highlighted.

Yes, the article did not resonate with me because she seems to be making such a blanket statement that's saying that the marking of a feminist is being out of the house and working.

I'm a feminist and a stay-at-home-mom. How else would I take the point she's making? Am I wrong for coming to that conclusion? I really want to know.

Second, as a black woman, you'd be remiss to think feminism is all inclusive - unless you're speaking about a different type of feminism. See this article for example:

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