Well thats super long and I didn't read all of it. Some of it is clearly false though. Women have the same voting rights as men in every country? Really? Lebanon has stricter requirements for women and Saudi Arabia still doesn't let women vote after saying that they would be able to for a few years. Of course 2 countries, doesn't completely destroy his argument, but it shows his bias.
The article was written for and concern with Western audiences not Middle Eastern.
There is also nothing wrong with biases.
Even today, out of 200 sovereign states, there are exactly zero that have a different class of voting rights to men and women. Any claim that women were being denied rights than men were given in even 0.1% of historical instances, falls flat.
I don't see how this statement only applies to the west. He also has comparisons to the middle east with population growth. Not that I see how it's relevant.
And I agree that biases aren't bad, but they should definitely be noted.
Lefto-'feminists' will be outbred and replaced very quickly, and rural American conservatives will be the only resiliently youthful population among all the world's white ethnicities.
Also, this is laughable. Where did all of the "lefto-feminists" come from in the first place then? Why does how your parents are raised have to correlate directly to how you will act or behave? We wouldn't have gay people anymore if they could be "outbred." I see feminism (which this author has grossly oversimplified) as the same.