The correct answer is D.
In this excerpt from "The Revolt of Mother, we can see how women are subjected to man's will in every aspect of their lives.
Women are robbed of her power because society imposes that they should "reckon men-folks in with Providence". This means that they are weak and unprotected, and must acknoledge their man as their protectors and keepers, as if they were God's Providence.
Women are subjected to the will of men, since they control what they should or should not know. Women's education was decided by men, and they were only taught (if they were taught at all) only what men considered they should learn.
Women were expected to comply and not complain about their men's actions "any more than they do of the weather". This subjected women to abuse on the part of all of the men in their life, which they accepted because of the idea that "that's what men do" and nothing could be done about it.