Below is a very interesting question that I got:
what made women support sexual liberation? I mean it has done nothing
but harm to women and family. Are some women really so driven by lust,
that it felt like a good idea?
It is my personal opinion that women are generally motivated by lust to a lesser degree than men, simply because male sex drive is so much stronger. Women also tend to use sex as a means to get something out of the man, ideally commitment, but it could be something else. It's not a secret that women often fall in love with men of high status or those they perceive as such.
Now in the times before the sexual revolution, a woman would use sex to ensnare a man as Constanze Mozart did, but in the process she risked her reputation and could very well end up as a single mother, not exactly a respectable person in those times. Sexual revolution allowed women to use sex as leverage, without experiencing any stigma, or at least, less of it.
On the other hand, all throughout the 20th century women were encouraged to become more and more like men, pursue professional education and careers etc. Since there was less stigma attached to casual sex while practised by men, and in fact, in some circles it was pretty much expected for a man to fool around with "bad" girls before settling down with a "good" girl, naturally, feminists pushed women into following the same pattern. It didn't really catch up at first, due partly to the absence of the effective STD treatments and reliable contraception, and partly to the lingering of old Christian morals.
Both reasons were pretty much done away with during the 1960s, so the sexual revolution finally became the reality. After this period of time, pretty much every media outlet started pushing casual sex as a way to go, for both men and women, and that became our new reality. Women, obviously, are pretty much more gullible than men, since it was so easy to persuade them than being a concubine to a man while also bringing home a paycheck is much more liberating than being a lawful wife whose husband has an obligation to provide for herself and her children.
Sometimes I think that women are their own worst enemy. And, before anyone starts throwing stones at me for pointing these things out, as I was asked a question, I proceeded to give my opinion, no more and no less.