1.) Had I the inclination I could thoroughly and factually document objectively the historical decline of morality in the U.S. since the advent of The Pill. Conversely, your argument is one based on a thought-foundation of falsified social science and social history, as well as more than a sprinkle of biological sex-biased solipsism. 2.) And two, your counterargument is reductio ad absurdum. So let us examine for one moment your proposition that militant feminism had the right--any kind of right-- to attempt to equalize men and women sexually with The Pill, or that doing so was good for either women themselves, their unborn children, or our nation. On all fronts, the ideological deals radical American feminism made with historical monsters to justify their socio-cultural push for the right to "screw around" (at any cost) were detrimental to themselves--biologically, to their unborn (100+ million dead and counting), and to society, the demoralization of America via the cultural revolution. Thus the contradiction in your counterargument, when reduced to its bases (politically, socially, historically, morally, biologically, culturally, psychologically) is absurd, in that radical American feminists were willing to do whatever it took to be more like men--to do so at any cost morally, however high (100 million dead unborn), just to try to rewrite human biological science; rewrite fact--and they're still doing it today with all of this anti-human, anti-fact LGTBQ crap. But, it's okay. You've been brainwashed and conditioned across the spectrum of educational and entertainment outlets to believe these historical lies--such has become your religion, and as you cared to point out, most people cannot renounce their religion in one day. Your religion is one of justification for any act based on the moral rationalization for equality, when what you fail to see is that the fundamental amorality of the movements selling the soul of an entire nation to achieve its goals voids any justification or benefit gained.