I'm a feminist of the Camile Paglia variety
and a SAHM. To me, feminism is about choices. I chose to stop practicing law and stay home with my son (soon to be son *and* daughter
Similar discussion points have been brought up here before and I've had difficulty articulating my POV for some reason.
I think I wonder why some see the decision to SAHM as incompatable with the "goals/aims of feminism." (not that I'm seeing this in this particular thread, but it's been alluded to before.) To me, raising my kids full-time* is an equally valuable contribution to society that my being a litigator...I sort of scratch my head over the implication that it's not.
*disclaimer: I am in no way suggesting that WOHMs do not "raise" their own kids - I get irked, actually, when I hear that, especially when I think of my many good friends who are wonderful mommies and have chosen to WOHM. My distinction is that I choose to be with them full-time. So, in short, I'm not impuning the mothering of WOHMs in any way (by choice or necessity)....feminism is about choice and I celebrate a woman's decision to exercise said choice in the manner she decides is best for her and her family.