Congratulations on your extraordinary May issue, “Men vs. Women.” As a single, working woman in her 30’s, I’ve been embarrassed for my gender for nearly two decades (though some comfort lies in knowing that actual feminists are in the minority, despite the press they get).

It was utterly refreshing to read levelheaded assessments of the ravages of feminism on American society. I can use the word “ravages” with confidence, having five sisters who provide me with a living laboratory for observing feminism’s real-life effects. The sisters who swallowed it are now divorced, embittered, and/or living the uniquely American horror of 16-hour days spent rushing from the office to the daycare center and to the mall.

        —Terry Sullivan
Chicago, IL