So says essayist (and feminist?) Melanie McDonagh, writing:
So far as I can tell, she’s serious.
I don’t agree with her. I’m not sure I agree there can be any such thing as an “anti-feminist” application of science, but if there is such a thing, it’s not to be found in DNA paternity testing. The system McDonagh praises, where women simply chose the best option possible amongst the prospective daddies and declared him the father, was the result of necessity driven by uncertainty. Certainty and truth serve us better.