This entire piece -- excellent. That said, I don't agree with Sanderson. Here's why. Can we say the same about men? Choice is only an issue for women and minorities.
A man never has to say his strength is in his ability to choose his role. That's a given. Why is it not the same for women?
I read a story about a woman who was so pumped that her husband was a feminist. He went to feminist events with her. The one little snag is that he wouldn't do housework.
Stuff like that makes me wonder if men agree with equality as far as pay goes, but outside of that they still want to be the king of their little castle. Maybe that's why they don't listen?