I DREAM OF BEING A 1950’S HOUSEWIFE
Planet B Media
By Sarah Smith
The list below pops up now and then as a way for leftists to mock wives and housewifery as if they were under the control of their husbands cruel dictates.
The fact is, that if you have a loving, loyal husband who provides and protects, why wouldn’t you want to create a sanctuary for him to retreat to at the end of a long working day.
Many men are out doing hard, physical labour all day so to come home to a hot whiskey and heated slippers is the least I could do.
As women of the 21st century we now have a choice – serve our husbands, children and extended family or serve an employer.
Serving has almost become a dirty word. When in reality it is simply to help and give service.
It is an act of high honour and if women choose to embrace it, it can be a path of deep spiritual initiation.
After all, what is more important than serving and sacrificing for the development of another souls consciousness?
To provide for and to protect this child it needs a strong and intelligent father.
Why wouldn’t you do everything you could to honour this man just like he does you when he goes out into the world each day to slay dragons…
Feminism has destroyed the sacredness of the feminine energy & encourages women go out into the world to compete with men.
I know who I’d rather serve, and it’s not an employer, a corporation or the government.
At least husbands and children (all things being equal) will love you until the day you die, unlike employers who only value you so long as you improve their bottom line.
Ladies, please think twice before jumping aboard the feminist demonisation of 1950’s housewifery, it wasn’t half as bad as they want you to believe.
Think about it.
Who does it serve to create an unhappy narrative of staying at home and nurturing your family?
Twice as much tax revenue has been created through the lies and the state gets access to children at a younger and younger age.