From the article
What the feminists have to sell is a package deal because once the girl receives her “education” (degree), who would want to squander something with such a high value? And would God want her to squander all of her wonderful talents just being a wife and mother? So she goes to work for money—she can be bought. Her husband is very encouraging to her in doing so because of all of the trinkets and luxuries he’ll receive not to mention how much easier it will make things on him, but he expresses this as “respect” for her abilities and gifts and his admiration for her. Once she is working, having children is an interruption. When and if she has them, she is concerned with returning to work. This causes a great dilemma for the woman whose nature tells her to remain with her child and raise her. So this is where it likely becomes sinful as she will either contracept or use a natural form of postponing pregnancy without due cause. So we see many small Catholic families today who claim that the times require them to live as such. But they have fallen into the trap of feminism.
It kind of reminds me of a DirecTV commercial. “When your daughter goes to college she gains skills, when she gains skills she feels like putting them to use, when she puts them to use she has less time for children, when she has less time for children she uses contraception. Don’t let your daughter use contraception. Get rid of college and upgrade to Housewife now.”