I have met many, many girls that have dreams, and then put them on hold the moment they meet a guy they "love." Their dreams immediately shift to being a housewife. There is nothing wrong or non-progressive or anything like that with or about being a housewife.
But when you notice a pattern of girls making that jump whenever they meet a guy, and you take a look at the laws being proposed and realize that there is exactly a 0% chance that they would be taken seriously if they affected men instead of women, you realize something:
Just like we don't have established racism anymore, but plenty of people still harbor some racist thoughts or assumptions (thinking young black men are thugs, automatically thinking black = lower class, whatever) that (subconsciously or otherwise) bleed into their actions, so it is with women. Except those assumptions about women tend to be with a "positive" connotation, that they are "too good" for manual labor or danger, or are "too pure" to be running around having multiple sex partners like men, or "too emotional" to make well-informed decisions about their bodies.
Guess what? I don't know many men who put their dreams on hold when they "win" their woman. The woman becomes a part of a man's life, she doesn't become all of it - and that's healthy. And I don't see men being treated as good/pure/emotionally driven, I just see them being treated as people who have their own responsibilities, failings, and attributes.
Much to my BFF's wife's chagrin, No Pants 2013 became No Pants 2010's at his house.