Tag: Femininity

Radical Feminism Is a Thought in the Mind of Wounded Women
Feminine Sphere

Radical Feminism Is a Thought in the Mind of Wounded Women

The idea that women must compete with men, in order to prove our worth as women is absurd. The idea that in order for a woman's life to have merit, she must prove herself via comparative measures, such as workplace compensation, reveals to me that Radical Feminist never enjoyed the gift of being a woman. There is an entire universe of feminine experience, power and thought and these women have completely missed it and thoroughly rejected it. In other words, they do not value the female gender and covet /ascribe superiority to the male gender.
Pregnant Women, Why Are You Working So Hard?
Family Life, Feminine Sphere, Motherhood

Pregnant Women, Why Are You Working So Hard?

My deepest desire is that women feel perfectly comfortable with the idea that if they are birthing babies into the world with a husband by their side, they should not have to work 2 jobs up to the day of delivery.This lovely lady was carrying twins and also, per the photo that was uploaded with the message, has a toddler. It is not necessary or healthy to work so hard (physically) while ensuring his legacy.I don't consider a man to be standing in his healthy #masculinity if he agrees with his heavily pregnant wife working 2 jobs up to the day of her delivery. I can only assume she is going back to her two jobs with a few weeks of delivery, only to stay in the care of strangers until graduating from high school. Everything is turned upside down and there is so litt...
Why I Chose Homemaking, Part 1
Feminine Sphere

Why I Chose Homemaking, Part 1

By Mrs. Kuti Honestly, I felt like this was my calling, in so many ways I felt like this life chose me. I remember from a very young age wanting to have the freedom to stay home to nurture my family to their greatest selves, to be fully available to their needs, to always be present. So much so I remember when I turned 15 years old my parents and I were discussing what type ofcar I wanted for my sweet 16th birthday and I remember vividly saying I wanted a minivan lol. In my mind, I could get a toyota or honda now and knowing the history with those brands I could have it 20+ years if I took very good care of it.Plus, I already had my life planned out, married by 25 with three children by 30 years old. And by having my parents purchase my minivan then Iwouldn’t have to purchase one l...
Will Male Feminists Return to Traditional Roles?
Anti Radical Feminism

Will Male Feminists Return to Traditional Roles?

Those who regularly visit my page are fairly clear on the fact that I am NOT pro radical feminism. Most of 2nd wave and all of 3rd and 4th wave feminism have done so much harm to women, children, men and the family structure. With its roots in man envy, the quest for "liberation" and taking zero responsibility for actions has glorified self-objectification. The end result has been doing exactly what they say male chauvinists want them to do: parade their nakedness, free the nipple and slutwalk movements, provision of sex-on-demand with no strings attached, performance of wifey duties without ever having to put a ring on it, get her pregnant and have her run to the abortion clinic or she'll have the baby with no expectation of his financial or parental responsibility (and defin...
A Free Black Wife
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A Free Black Wife

By @the.pinnacle.housewife I love being able to be home with my husband and babies. I love being able to devote my time fully to the caring of my home. I love that I'm married to a dominant, masculine man who only wants the best for his family. I love that he puts me in a position to be able to birth our babies at home, in peace, in serenity. I love the feeling I get when I would go grocery or home shopping in the mornings on weekdays and have the store to myself (except for the senior ladies and their husbands). I love that I escaped the matrix of working for the man, and instead have the pleasure of working WITH my man and get the love as well. I love that when I desire a family getaway I get it. I love that I have total control on what I do, how I do it, and when I ...
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...
Forever Grateful to My Husband
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Forever Grateful to My Husband

Cheers!! There is so much to unpack in this beautiful share below! A well watered woman facilitates the presence of beauty, peace and prosperity for her family.  By @juanita.flowe " I never found the term stay-at-home mom fitting because I don't stay-at-home all day. I love exploring places (pre-Covid) and traveling with my family. Our home is our base, however we use the riches of this whole planet to learn, grow and contribute. I have had a career in the past, but for me, once I had children, it was difficult to balance and I did not feel as if I was fulfilling my purpose. I am much more feminine now And all of those characteristics are blossoming in me and I am much more at peace. I Am forever grateful to my husband for seeing that this lifestyle Is a blessing for our family and s...
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...
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...
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...