Perhaps I'm also aggressively stupid, 'cause I'm not sure what the problem is.
I guess one could draw a parallel with Bombeck, in the sense that it's a sort of "Woe is me, look at the absurdities of the life I've voluntarily elected to have" piece. And there's obviously some hyperbole going on (at least I hope so). But pressure to buy tons of all-new stuff for school is a thing. Increasingly complex dietary absolutism is a thing. Looking at my facebook feed, the "first day" posed front-door photoset is undeniably a thing.
If these are all things, what's the harm in some good-natured self-skewering? What makes it "anti-woman"? This is a serious question; I assumed it was from a mother's perspective myself, but what prevents the second half from applying to the modern father?
TL/DR: I thought it was modestly amusing, and genuinely don't get the outrage.