Well, not exactly. But if you don’t want your culture to disappear, there have to be kids to preserve it, and how that’s done is a knotty question.
One thing that’s interesting, is that Randall Parker here describes “traditional values” among predominantly Catholic countries, concerning who’s the breadwinner and who takes care of the kids. This itself is actually not a Catholic cultural thing, but an early adjustment to Industrialization to the phenomenon of most men no longer working within a stone’s throw of the house… in the U.S., we call this the Cult of Domesticity, and it was a huge step forwards out of traditional English thought of the time, which it’s not too snarky and unfair to describe as “women= permachild semi-rational heir-producing legal nonentities.”
The upshot of which is that making adjustments to new social conditions is actually part and parcel of the process, and shouldn’t threaten anybody’s sense of culture, unless a well-meaning bureaucrat wants to do the stupid 20th-century thing and let the ends justifies the means with coercive social plan that looks great on paper but is a disaster in the real world.