She's not saying who the baby-daddy is. That's pretty much what many feminists advised in the 70s and 80s -- women should 'revert' to the pre-civilizational practice of keeping the paternity of their children to themselves as a way of asserting sole power over children and families and making fathers irrelevant. So that's par for the course.
To be honest, given that this is France, this is hardly surprising. Remember, the president of the country -- by definition someone at the top of the male food chain -- married a woman a few years ago who openly says she doesn't believe in monogamy and that she prefers polyandry. If even the president thinks that makes for a fine marriage partner, well you know that the country is pretty much a lost cause.
Sometimes, given that this is, for the most part, an English-speaking forum, we can easily forget that as bad as things are now in the 'Anglosphere', they're even worse in many of the non-Anglo European countries. France is an example of that, and not even the most egregious one. Things in our 'anglo' world will only get worse, I'm afraid, not better.