Feminism Has Ruined My Life…

And here’s why…

Instead of me being home, cleaning, cooking, raising children and tending to my husband, I am expected… basically forced… to spend my life away from my home and family so that I can earn money, for the simple reason that the gov’t needs more incomes to tax. I am thoroughly convinced that when (((they))) started WW1, it forced women to leave the home, be thrown into laborious jobs, for the sole reason of having increased income to tax. Since then, somehow women think it’s cute to push for job placement traditionally held by men, then get butthurt when they aren’t paid as much. (Wage-gap isn’t real, by the way. Think of all the time women take off.)

Let’s get right to it. Women and men are not equal. Women cannot do anything a man can do. We’re not supposed to. We’re supposed to complement each other, not be a challenge to one another. Equality isn’t real. It doesn’t exist in nature. What does exist is a woman’s innate desire to be taken care of, and a man’s innate drive to provide and protect a family.

Fast forward to 2017: women with dyed armpit hair are voting Democrat (Communist Party) because the mouthpieces of this political¬† party promise what? Free shit. They promise to take care of them. They promise free healthcare, free education, government housing, etc. This party has broken down what a normal, traditional, healthy home life looks like and rebuilt it with the Government as the Head of Household. Women are still subservient, except the man taking care of you isn’t proud of you, doesn’t love you or your children, and is currently fucking everything else in the country. Women haven’t evolved beyond basic desires.

Do I hate my job? No. I love it. I love my coworkers. And since my son is school-aged, I do need something outside of the home to keep busy most days, at least while he is in his institution of brainwashing. But would I like the option to spend a few years barefoot and pregnant, just worrying about raising a family and tending to a husband? Yes. However, is it worth being away from said husband all the time because he is forced to work long jaunts away from home simply to allow me to stay home and raise children? I’m not sure. I love my son. And I feel an obligation to put more of our bloodline into the world. But I also love my significant other. I want to be around him. I want to see him every night. I want to kiss him goodbye every morning when he goes to a job that is local because we make enough together that he isn’t forced to work away from home 3 weeks out of every month. How do I resolve this? I’m not sure I can.

Who has ruined life for so many trad women? Feminists. Who created feminists (not the wonderful first-wave feminists, I’m talkin’ the disgusting, sorry excuses for females we see today, promoting child abuse in the form of forcing ‘trans’ on 8 year olds, wearing pussy hats, and marching for everything they already have rights to)? Well if I wrote it out, I’m sure this blog would be taken down quick and in a hurry. But you don’t have to think too hard about it…

I hope this doesn’t come across as me thinking women have no worth outside of making a home and raising children. What I hope people can take from this is that those things are very worthy endeavors. Men and women do not have to be equal biologically to be equally worthy in society. Traditional gender roles lead to the healthiest mindset a child can encounter. It lays ground for success in so many other facets of life. Traditional gender roles aren’t about holding women back, it’s about restoring natural balance. We are so far from nature and balance right now, we are feeling it globally. Men and women MUST learn to work together to make the healthiest environment possible for the future of our people. And that is never going to mean that men with soy poisoning should stay home with babies while women shirk their biological responsibilities to pursue a ‘career’.

I think I’ll end my rant here. Ladies, let’s stop trying to take over the boys club. It’s supposed to be a partnership, not a competition. Let us always recall the female counterparts to the Gods, their enormous contributions to our understanding of the power of femininity. Hail the Gods, Goddesses, and all the strong men and women we descend from! May we learn from them, may we be more like them.

Thanks for readin’, y’all have a good night, and tell yer mama’n ’em I said ‘Hey’!