The housewife represents bliss. There is no need to work and a woman is provided for by a loving partner (see comment below). Women don’t usually like to work. But then there’s abuse, and she could be stuck in a relationship that doesn’t serve her. Of course, men get abused just as much, we just can’t play the victim card. (See: Why Men Are Superior To Women).
This dichotomy results in an ongoing debate about the merits of being an independent-career woman versus being a housewife. No man believes in complete gender equality. A survey showed that in their private lives, Americans have segregated gender roles at home. The woman does the dishes more often, and they’re OK with that. Perhaps it’s only on the internet where feminists think complete gender equality is a possibility.
Because we intuitively know that God created gender roles for a reason, or that evolution naturally results in them (I support both creationists and evolutionists), we know that the feminist cause is an uphill battle, one that is fighting against nature. To briefly highlight this, see what the woman on the left in this interview says at 2:57.
Although she learned from living in a modern gynocentric culture that being independent is amazing (she reacted emotionally to me even asking her if she’s rather stay at home, as if it’s anathema), she explains that she likes cooking and cleaning. I may be missing something, but I don’t like cooking and cleaning. Actually, I hate cleaning. I cook only because I like having control over what I eat and what I put into my body is moderately important to me (I’m not a dietary extremist).
Why does this woman like cooking and cleaning? Because it is her nature. It is not my nature. Do other men like cooking and cleaning? Maybe one or the other, but usually not both. And if they do, perhaps it’s because society makes it necessary for them to be self-sufficient, since there is no expectation that you will meet a woman who wants to take care of you this way needs in her early 20’s. It’s when she’s 38 and complaining that men are too broke for her that she wants to tie a guy down and offer to be your wife. However, in that case, if she has waited this long it’s unclear if she’s the type of woman that wants to take care of the husband that she wants, or if she just feels desperate and wants the status.
So why does she seem so upset that I asked her if she wants to be a housewife? Because society convinced her it’s terrible. She’s not the only one. Societal-shaming of housewives is clear in YouTuber Jaclyn Glenn’s criticisms of Mrs. Midwest’s YouTube content. As I explained in two videos, Jaclyn deliberately took her arguments out of context to paint her as “toxic” and “horrible.”
Although Jaclyn presents some good points, such as that Mrs. Midwest didn’t accurately cite statistics on divorce, she has leftist and feminist-influenced beliefs that don’t respond well to facts presenting the opposing point of view, and those beliefs cause her to unfairly paint Mrs. Midwest’s intentions negatively.
An example of female viewer following her nature is illustrated in the comment underneath this video. The comment came after she watched this video, and I explained that femininity is not “strong.” It is weak, or that is has a weaker side that women shouldn’t be afraid of expressing.
Why does this woman feel like a weight is lifted off her from my words? Maybe I’m missing something but I would never feel the same way as her. I’m not as emotionally sensitive so someone going through a hard time, although evoking empathy, would not cause me to want to feel weak at the end of the day. I couldn’t get behind the idea that “there is nothing wrong with being weak.” It’s not expected that men should be weak. Although men might want to feel relaxed after a heard day and take a break from being in charge all day long, this feeling is likely a lot different than what this woman is going through.
This woman was fighting against her nature (but found a job that fits her femininity— feminine women tend to be teachers, nurses or social workers). Most women are today. And that’s why feminists hate housewives, and even the idea of becoming one. They want support for fighting against their nature. If their nature wasn’t conveying the truth about their real desires, why would they get upset at the notion of being a housewife? Why wouldn’t they show support for other women who wish to stay at home? Because they feel personally threatened. They know they’re leaving a potentially good thing behind.
They want their cake and to eat it too, and that’s not a healthy reality.
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