No Paulina, you will not fight against me because I ignore all the leftist feminist and other extreme movements.
You're clearly not ignoring the fact that less children are getting born in many developed and developing countries (including China even) though. So, are you going to just complain about it and get nostalgic about the times when women were sitting at home, or are you going to propose some kind of solutions that will be acceptable not only to men, but also to women?
What does "plenty" mean? We are talking about concrete numbers - hard statistical data
Then give me those numbers :) How many men in the whole world are doing menial, physical jobs and how many work as doctors, lawyers or scientists? Do you know?
And how many of those men doing those menial jobs would gladly not work and sit at home if they could afford it?
If there were enough women who could reconcile having careers/jobs with bearing and raising more children,
Are you sure that this is the only problem? I think that people in general in more developed countries are more likely to have less children than in poorer and more rural countries for more reasons than just women working. Women worked in the past too and they had kids. My grandma worked hard all her life on the farm and in the field and she raised three daughters.
People have higher excpectations these days, they care more about their kids and their well-being, their future, so they wait until they'll earn enough money to provide well for their kids. Developed societies become less rural and so people don't need to have so many kids (and can't have so many, because there's less living space in the cities).
Unless something really bad happens and we'll get back to Stone Age, progress won't stop. So, couples would have to make conscious decisions to have kids and have more kids then they would normally have these days. You can't make them do that, so how will you encourage them?