Amazing admission on how feminist policies can hurt women

Feminism was long ago hijacked by the Left. But if you concentrate on measures that help or harm women in the real world, you see statist policies ostensibly designed to help, often do more harm than good

When I write about columns in the New York Times, I’m normally pointing out silly examples of bias or exposing absurd mistakes (with Paul Krugman deserving his own special category for sloppiness, as seen here, here, here, here, here, herehere, here,here, here, here, and here).

But every so often, there’s an insightful piece that is worth sharing rather than worth mocking. And that’s the case with a column by Claire Cain Miller on the unintended negative consequences of policies that ostensibly are supposed to help women but actually hurt them.