I would have titled this post differently, as I believe women should absolutely have the right to work and we should ban nobody from doing what they wish with their lives, but Roosh still brings up some good points. Precisely how vital are women to the economy? I wish he would have harped on the public sector/non-profit sectors of the economy with some numbers (perhaps something I could do), but precisely what would happen at the office or factory if women weren't allowed? What would happen to government bloat if there were make-work jobs for them? What would happen if you had one strong disciplinarian vice principle in the high school and not a dozen "guidance counselors?"
Again, I am very much against telling people what they can and cannot do. But as an economist I am infinitely intrigued about what they "should" do in theirs and society's best interests.