Two Vassar College students who disagree with radical feminists' vocal opposition to traditional values have responded by forming a club called Future Housewives of America. Regina Peters and Jennifer Harriton, both 21, said they hope to deal with the rights and responsibilities of women who choose to stay home. They said they plan to seek official school recognition for the club through the Vassar Student Assn. this fall and have lined up a professor to speak on "the impact of Tupperware on U.S. Society." The "disgustingly sloppy" campus women's center was the last straw, the pair said, so they showed up one day toting vacuums and disinfectant. Harriton said the center "was a pigsty . . . . Our mottos are: 'Coming out of the closet--with a mop in your hand' and 'Together we stand, united by Lysol.' " Both founders of the 15-member club call themselves feminists and insist that their organization is not a hoax. They say that, in addition to Tupperware and a possible dating service, they are interested in serious issues, such as domestic violence and drug abuse. Psychology professor Anne Constantinople said women who value certain aspects of feminism but are put off by radicalism might welcome the club's view, but said its organizers may be spoofing themselves to some extent.