Feminine Sphere

A Homemaker’s Dream
Femininity, Motherhood, Women & Marriage

A Homemaker’s Dream

Written by @iamlushparadise This Quarantine places even more emphasis on the way I’ve chosen to live for quite a long time. I’ve always been a home body.I’m used to not leaving home for long periods of time.I love being around my family.I enjoy deep connection.I enjoy a peaceful life.I love reading amazing books.I love to meditate and pray.I enjoy going outside into my back yard to plant my bare feet onto damp earth and ground.I love everything about the home because there’s always something to do in it. I know that if I get bored, I’m not looking deep enough and must get my life all the way together lol. There’s deep alchemy and creativity in Keeping House.The Feminine Arts~ like crocheting, cooking, braiding hair (beautification),washing dishes, knitting, sweeping, etc... and it...
Feminism Steals Femininity
Anti Radical Feminism, Femininity

Feminism Steals Femininity

Article 'How Feminism Tried to Steal My Femininity' by Rebecca Lemke One of my blogging friends, Kitten, asked me if I would join her in a March blogging challenge on writing on the topic of femininity. This challenge is for every day of March, and I won’t be able to fulfill that, but I may do one or two posts during the month. For my part, I’d like to talk about femininity and feminism, or really, how feminism tried to steal my femininity. As many people know, I am an avid critic of the modern feminism movement and some of the concepts it represents. This quote accurately sums up my thoughts on it: I think there is a fundamental misunderstanding that lies at the root of feminism. This has impacted women of all ages, but I think it has especially impacted these young girls...
Mindset Shift for the Fearful Single Mom
Feminine Sphere

Mindset Shift for the Fearful Single Mom

When facing fear, a person can become immobilized and may resort to the familiar path for what feels like escape. The year 2020 has seen a number of incidents publicized to the point of hysteria and single moms and their children are most vulnerable to attack. The attacks on this demographic can be and typically are emotional, spiritual, mental and physical. As a mother, a once single + divorced mother, I feel particularly tied to the plight of moms and their children. Because of this, I have decided to write a series of exploratory, solution-based articles that I hope may be of service to those will to read and to share with women and children in need. While there are a plethora of pundits and advice-givers, what I have learned from my own experience when pulling myself out of po...
The Importance of Understanding Masculinity
Feminine Hypergamy Mindset, Feminine Self Care, Femininity, Wife Life Marriage Advice

The Importance of Understanding Masculinity

By Candice Smith Adelewole When I got married it was the first time in my life that I had ever lived with a man from the time my parents had gotten divorced at the age of 7. Yikes! It was the first time in all those years hearing a male voice every single day, or observing male behavior first hand on a regular basis.Being raised in a female dominated family environment didn’t prepare me for married life. I had to learn many things the hard way.I had to learn that men have feelings too, and need quiet space to think their problems out. That them saying no, isn’t necessarily out of being mean or controlling, but their hardwired instincts to protect and provide for the people they care about. After deep studying and reflecting on masculinity and men, I learned that men and women have tw...
Personal Positivity Campaign
Feminine Self Care

Personal Positivity Campaign

Often we are surrounded by negativity and have become so accustomed to it that we have normalized it. Negativity adversely affects our emotional wellbeing, even if we have been numb to how it makes us feel. Negativity makes us feel tense, angry, fearful, tired and much more. But, I’m sure you get the point.   Negativity turns our focus on what is perceived as ‘wrong’ and away from what we perceive as ‘right’. It also keeps our focus away from the reality of what is really happening and what really matters in our lives. Here are examples of negativity: GossipHaters: people who drain us rather than inspire usViolent TV showsNational NewsMusic that is depressing and anger-filled or encourages aggressionNegative self talk (constantly saying to self ‘I’m fat”, “I wish I we...
Female Zombies
Femininity

Female Zombies

By Namaste Moore Female Zombies™: the Feminine Pain Body isn't what you think it is I recently read a very well written piece by Gillian Pothier called The Shaming of the Masculine: Weaponized Feminine Pain In it she discusses how women are beginning to weaponize their pain and how it should not be done. "It is a pressure release valve, *at the expense of the masculine* (and their deepest feminine integrity, I would fully suspect) because their own feminine pain body is terribly hurting. They have been disappointed, heartbroken, or a wound has been inadvertently touched or re-opened and instead of BEING WITH THE TRUTH OF THE PAIN, we lash out....lipgloss, hair just so, a cute dress, mile high heels... and READY TO KILL.” She then goes on to speak about how we need to...
Gaining Weight Isn’t Bad
Feminine Self Care

Gaining Weight Isn’t Bad

I would like to suggest that black women (and all women for that matter) be aware of latching on to ideologies that do not support your living well and well being; emotionally, physically and mentally. It is NOT healthy to be overweight for whatever your body frame should support. It is not THICK, it is not BIG BONED. It is obesity. Any ideology that leads to a culture that supports and excuses obesity is troublesome and problematic. Also, sexual competition exists and when coupled with coddling and patronizing sympathy, said competition becomes a menacing threat. For many reasons I won't go into, a lot black women seem to be oriented towards victim politics which allows them to be petted by "well meaning" folks who feel more comfortable with extremely overweight (non-threaten...
Welfare Creates A Society of Sluts
Anti Radical Feminism, Femininity

Welfare Creates A Society of Sluts

By Roosh V Note from LeahLoveOnline: This article is reposted with credit to the Author and a link to the original article. It is strictly the opinion of the Author but does provide, in my opinion, good food for thought. The countries I’ve visited with the most feminine women have also had the least helpful social welfare programs. If you know how much a country spends on their welfare in relation to GDP, you can come close to predicting how feminine, compliant, and nurturing their women are. If a woman knows that she can be impulsive, a b*#$, a slut, or get knocked up by any man, yet still receive free food, shelter, and a mobile phone from the government, what incentive is there for her to settle with a good man and keep him happy? Why would she pick any man who works in...
Allowing Our Daughters Their Right to Femininity
Motherhood

Allowing Our Daughters Their Right to Femininity

By @the.pinnacle.housewife For future black mothers that blossomed from my womb, Black motherhood for them means not being a single mother. Black motherhood means living in teaching righteously. Black motherhood means birthing at home. Black motherhood means mothering sustainable I to the best of her ability. Black motherhood means being a wife to a highly productive Godly man. Black motherhood means allowing our daughters their right to femininity and girlhood and our sons their right to masculinity and boyhood. Black motherhood means setting an even higher standard for my daughters. For them, we won't celebrate baby showers before bridal showers. They won't immortalize men who haven't married them. There's nothing to gain from that. Black motherhood means not spanking our ...
MORE WOMEN ARE REJECTING FEMINISM
Anti Radical Feminism

MORE WOMEN ARE REJECTING FEMINISM

Written by EMMANUEL GOLDSTEIN  MARCH 29, 2013 I recently walked into Whole Foods during my lunch hour. In between checking out the babes in sheer yoga pants, and trying to steal kimchi from the salad bar, I started to notice that the women, notably the white women in their late 20’s or 30’s, came in two types. Some were pleasant, vaguely feminine, and even vibrant with joy. They were strolling about the store with a pleasing energy, content to sample Gruyeres and Malbecs as they walked about. Others were rushed, tense, even haggard. These women walked around as if they had the weight of the world on their shoulders; they held everyone in slight contempt, as if for not doing their part to keep civilization running. Why the difference? That first, comely group were all mothers. M...