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Blame the Feminist
Well not really…..but really! As a mature 22 year old woman, I think it’s time we blame our foremothers for some things. Like the state of male and female relationships in general. Granted, I’m not old enough to have seen the 60’s housewife, but I am old enough to know that was the way of life not so long ago. Growing up in the early 90’s as a child I saw women who went to work wore colorful suits and played at a desk all day. This was just my 6 year old assessment, but still it was kind of valid. The women always seemed to not be present, like they really needed/wanted to be elsewhere, most of them mothers. Working all day, and your single is one thing, but with children is another. It’s sort of like when I turned 18, I made myself vote because I knew women fought for it, but really I could care less. This is the feeling ALOT of women have toward working whether they admit or not children or not. Sure, they like to not have to depend on a man to take complete care of them, or they feel like a man will control them if they don’t have their own. BUT..truth be told most of them are controlled anyway but that’s for another day. The point is the radical bra burning woman has screwed up dating and marriage. There is no problem with women working, but it should be by choice. Women working has been the death of all things family oriented. Im sure the feminist movement meant no harm, and didn’t think about the affect it would have on further generations. Here we are voting and working and have the highest amount of single mothers, adolescent suicide and violence is that a victory? Surely, we realize maybe if these mothers paid more attention to the kids than work would be different. Women’s actions in history have taught the modern man, that were supposed to work, raise children, be the perfect wife, stay in shape and be happy about doing all this? IMPOSSIBLE. The men are emasculated the women are tired and annoyed enter The Highest Divorce Rate! Congratulations ! Seems to me like the movement backfired and we ended up with the shorter end of the stick. Though the 50’s way of thinking was a bit antiquated, there was a point to it. What is the point of working all day, and not seeing your children? and by the time you do your tired or annoyed or both. This way of thinking and not using birth control created this problem. Men are to be held responsible for the children they create, along with the woman who birthed them. If you cannot afford to do so, stop having kids! Taking care of his family is a man’s job he is not doing you a favor. Would your husband or partner say ” Thanks for taking that delivery off my shoulders, I could never deal with that pain”. NO, because that is your job, like providing stability in all aspects is his! We have bred this group of lazy men who only care about a woman working when it’s beneficial to them, and this character is acceptable? Like is there no expectation for these kid’s fathers? Women have to work like a man, and then mother in their free time? Is that what we’ve come to as a society? We do the bulk of the work for half of the pay/reward.
”Damn she look so elegant I’m trying to dance to some Wacka Flocka with her.”
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