It's not just the JWs, a lot of people seem to believe this. Of course some women do want to stay home, especially when their children are small, but not all women do. I wanted to do that myself but wasn't given a choice, as my first husband couldn't keep a job and I wasn't willing to live on welfare. In the end I think I was better off working, I enjoyed my work and it felt good to be able to support myself and I ended up doing things I would never have thought possible. Despite having no degree, I was a systems analyst for a large corporation.
People knock feminism, but a lot of those people benefited from the work of feminists. if it wasn't for them we wouldn't have equal pay and sexual harassment laws. I have seen help wanted ads from the thirties and forties, jobs were classified by race and sex, if you were a woman you could only apply for certain jobs, I don't think anybody wants to go back to that, nor should we have to put up with sexual harassment. Like any cause there are extremists, but that doesn't negate the progress that has been made.
My daughter in law blogs about her life as a working mom, she does feel conflicted at times, but she has a great job in education where she feels she is making a difference, and her daughter is thriving. As hard as it is sometimes, she knows she made the right choice. That's what it comes down to, women have a choice now, it's a good thing. In many European countries people can stay home longer with their children, I would like to see better parental leave here in the US, that way parents can have those first few months home with their children while not losing everything they worked for. Some companies have that now, but it's not common.