This interesting article , sent to me by a reader (thank you!), explores the ugly face of a slogan we are all expected to bow to – "freedom of choice". Not a week passes by without me hearing, "but it's thanks to feminism you can now do whatever you want, you can go to college, get a career, marry anyone you want and get a divorce whenever you want"… I know it sounds appealing to some. But what about other "freedoms", which are mentioned less often?
Here's a snippet:
"We are also free to become useless in our homes. We now hire maid services, landscapers, pool cleaners, painters, interior decorators, cooks, nannies, teachers and tutors, caterers, therapists, party planners, massage therapists, laundry services, etc., while losing every intuitive instinct of our female natures. "
"We are free to completely ignore the FACT that our children are SUFFERING with mean-spirited and incompetent mothers – children who are hungry, starved for attention, and mistreated by non-stop extracurricular sports regimens, drive-thru bags of dangerous food, teachers and public school indoctrination camps, completely ignored spiritual needs, and disrespect and contempt of their children’s fathers."
I must tell you I like the alternative much better:
"We need to educate our children in the home. We need to eliminate family debt and to stock and store our home pantries and family supplies. We need to reconnect to our biological and intuitive natures, and with that said, we must reconnect to our spiritual natures and needs as women. We must be ultimately careful that we do not become what we loathe."