There seems to be a good bit of crypto-feminism in Traditionalist circles as some of you on this forum are well aware. Maybe that is part of it, but I suspect it is a small part.
I think traditionalist communities can become stifling. We tend to attract nuts on one extreme, and people who want to be be extolled for their contributions on the other. That latter drives ME nuts more than the former.
I remember being young and that is the sort of thing I would have been ready to flee.
There is a lot of apocalypticism among traditionalists. We can be as bad as Protty fundamentalists. A grown up might forget what sort of lunacy he was spouting three years prior, but three years is a long time in a child's life and that failure of some apparition to turn out correct, or some catastrophe to befall, or the SSPX thing to finally be worked out, or whatever. Well those failures at prediction will make a big impression on a child. It might make "the folks" look like a bunch of fools when a young man or woman is looking at the wide world awaiting them.
There is economics, as mentioned. Can a young man find a way to earn a living and keep a wife and large family?
I think we must work harder to secure a future for our children in this world, just in case this world doesn't go away. I have an old book, a century old, called Marriage and the Catholic ideal. One of the duties of the father is to secure gainful employment for his sons and good marriages for his daughters. Jone has that as well.
Last but not lest -- indeed, most important -- we should just whine about all the trouble the young ones have. We must also confront the fact that the sin is theirs as well. No matter what evil times we live in and no matter how goofy our communities may be at times, it does not excuse the young from discerning their vocation and acting accordingly. In short, a lot of these are sinning. So, what do we do about that>? Pray, fast, and give alms.