To the feminists the movie "Switch" is about a strong willed woman who decides to have a child on her own without a man. Moreover, Aniston represents the antithesis of societal pressure to get married, have a child and depend on a man to support a family. The problem with feminism and family is that most feminists have no understanding of the family dynamic because they are all lesbians who do not have children save the adoption here and there. So this movie is an unrealistic portrayal of what the modern career woman does when she decides that its time she starts her own family.
Aniston who was dumped by Brad Pitt (who started a family of his own) plays a single woman who decides to use a hot guy as a sperm donor. Her friend is played by Jason Bateman who is a wise cracking reactionary who appears to not be taken very seriously in the movie switches the sperm with his own because he is in Love with her. Again, this is just another portrayal of how feminists see men. In real life Anistan claims to prefer the traditional way to conceive a child even thought she can't keep a man around long enough to have one. Well I can believe that about Aniston but the feminists who will go see this movie do not. Men are portrayed more and more as bungling idiots in TV shows, movies and commercials as it matters to their role in family life. The problem with this portrayal is that most Feminist and bull dyke lesbians who could not have raise a child in an environment conducive to normalcy.
When asked by talk show host Jay Leno during 'The Tonight Show' on whether she would undergo artificial insemination, she replied, "I'd wanna know the guy!" Well she thought she knew Brad Pitt and look what happened to that and she came off like a whore about wanting to know the guy before she had a kid with him but not for sleeping with him (I can only imagine how Aniston felt when Pitt fathered and adopted children with Angelina Jolie). Women who are psychologically damaged by men are more likely to subscribe to the self damaging perspective of the feminist. Although Aniston was hurt by Pitt years ago it was recently reported to be visiting a life coach to make her baby dream come true.
Even Aniston is influenced by the unrealistic expectations of starting a family simply when you are ready with no other stable forces around, such as a man. Sources reveal that celebrities such as Naomi Campbell, Demi Moore and Gwyneth Paltrow, say they feel as though they are walking around with a big hole in their hearts if they don't have a family. Many of them think that because they can't have a family the traditional way it won't ever happen to them, they don't consider other viable means, firstly, adoption. Again, having a family by nature takes a man and a woman. If you are going to raise a baby right then you must find the right person. Just because you want a child doesn't mean you are entitled to have one let alone raise them in an environment for it to work.
The fact that unmarried women want a family is not a bad thing. However, you wanting a baby because you want to have one is a selfish reason. A family is a miracle much like having a baby. To be able to raise a child in an environment as dangerous as ours needs two stable adult figures in a childs life. Regardless of how hard the feminists try to delude a man;s involvement the majority consensus is that a normal family is a man and woman who are husband and wife who love each together. Children can sense when their parents love each other and know that want their parents to be married. Children from broken homes grow up seeing life in a different perspective. They end up realizing how much they want to be married when they have a children.