Yep. I dropped my computer science/math double major for a BA in international relations (just for Tame: aka, Peace Studies
). I haven't regretted it since. I minored in comparative literature with a heavy bent on women's lit, and loved that as well. And now i work in sales for a software company.
My husband majored in political science and works in IT sales.
My best friend majored in religious studies and minored in women's studies and ended up as a technical writer.
My cousin majored in math and works for the conservation corps in montana, helping manage the state parks.
My point is... you just don't know where you're going to end up. You're not dying to become an accountant, so change your major to something that you enjoy. Get a well-rounded education. Take a computer class. Take a foreign relations class. Take a lit class, a geography class, a religion class.... Even if they don't take you anywhere, you'll at least probably end up really good at trivia.
And if you do major in women's studies, it's not a "teaching-career-only" type of degree. You could do all sorts of things. Majoring in liberal arts helps you think critically, enhance your creative skills, improves your writing, etc etc... all of these skills are very, very transferrable to most anything these days...