The size of the state would not be so large. Welfare would not have destroyed the family, creating single mothers - the biggest predictor of failure, mental health issues and antisocial repercussions to society.
The most pressing and harmful issues facing Western nations now could have been avoided entirely if women were never given the vote.
No. The economic crisis would have happened, women with vote or not. Daesh wasn't voted in by women. Fascism and National Conservatism isn't on the rise because women can vote. The refugees and the reaction to the refugees has nothing to do with women. Idiots like Trump don't get as many votes from
women. The coming desintegration of the EU don't happen because of women. The end of the "traditional christian family" happens because of the economic development, and is inevitable. And lastly, NO ONE "GAVE" WOMEN RIGHT TO VOTE, THEY ACHIEVED IT THROUGH THEIR OWN POWER AND STRENGTH.
Democracy isn't equal to avoiding unavoidable systemic crisis and development of new forms of family, all linked inevitably to the development of economy and the rise of neo-liberalism. How he linked the problems Europe, USA and neoliberal capitalism created, to women votes, I have no fucking idea.
Women voting caused the sizable expansion of the state, it's spending, it's breaking up of the family through welfare creating single mothers - the single biggest predictor of life failure, mental health issues and antisocial repercussions to society
Pushing women to enter the workforce was also a mistake that could have avoided a lot of government overreach. Our economy is dependent on HR and other sorts of fields that are dominated by women. Our schools have to act as a daycare for the children without their mom to care for them.
And are both unavoidable with the economic development.
(Because economic development leads to a bigger workforce which eventually requires the absorption of women into the workforce, which leads to economic independent women, which don't need marriages, leading to the rise of single women and to a feminist movement which fights for their rights, they have economic power and therefore political power, and so on.)