It is currently enshrined in law that women are the primary care-givers. Women get 26 weeks of ordinary maternity leave, and 26 weeks of additional maternity leave. Men get one or two weeks of ordinary paternity leave, and 26 weeks of additional paternity leave. There is no reason for this disparity, beyond a traditional notion that women are somehow more innately qualified than men to bring up children.
You’d pay more attention to the views of someone who had noted which sex the Good Lord put the tits on really, wouldn’t you?
We can and do make all sorts of accommodations for this, from formula to breast pumps and even wet nurses. But to say that there is simply no reason at all that women are innately more qualified is just nonsense. It’s the tabula rasa idea all over again.
Humans just ain’t like that.