Earlier this week, I was doing some Googling on stay-at-home moms. I was curious to know certain things because if and when I have children, I would like to stay home with them and potentially home school them. My friend Stacy did it with her children and sang the praises of being able to educate her children more efficiently by herself. I thought this was not only bold, but incredible. Especially given that after taking the red pill, I learned just how indoctrinated and poorly educated I was in the multitude of school districts I went through as a kid. I don’t want my children going through that.
I found one guy on Reddit that said something I found rather unsettling. When a woman was asking if guys liked women who wanted to be stay-at-home moms, the guy responded quite coldly with, “I want a partner. Not a dependent.”
I could only wonder why someone would say something like this. Reasoning would tell me that this guy didn’t have children. He didn’t have a wife. He didn’t have any traditional values. And he had obviously been indoctrinated like I once was.
I knew that stay-at-home moms had taken a knocking as of late. Thank you, feminism. But I was surprised to see that some of the anti-mother concepts had reached inside the minds of men as well.
Recent studies have revealed that children who spend a lot of time in day care facilities because moms are at work suffer from all kinds of emotional problems when they grow up. Paul Joseph Watson even claimed in a video that it’s the daycare generation that’s given us the oh-so lovable SJW network of spinster childless harpies.
While I was growing up, my father went to work and my mom stayed at home with me. She occasionally took a part-time job after my brother and I went to school. But she was there. She made dinner. She cleaned. She had projects. And she handled a lot that I never even knew about because I was busy “learning” in the local indoctrination factory known a U.S. public schooling. When I asked my dad about it he said to me, “your mom had the hard job. Mine was easy compared to hers.”
That’s the honest truth in a nutshell. Mothers who stay at home and care for their children are demonized by modern femi-nazi culture as women who have taken the easy road. Women who gave up on their true potential. Women who are dependent on a man. Women who take advantage of a guy’s paycheck. I’m calling bullshit on that one. Stay-at-home moms have the hardest and most noble of jobs in the entire world.
Apparently, sitting at a desk hacking away at a keyboard in a corporate environment is the new highlight of a woman’s life. I have many happily married friends. I have friends with children. I have friends who have children and work. I have friends who are stay-at-home moms. And guess what? It’s easy for me to see who’s happiest of them all. The women who are committed and have children are among the most fulfilled in the whole country. Women who end up leading a life of pleasing their corporate masters end up bitter. I’ve seen it. And I can easily tell which women will end up going down that path and claim that their dogs or cats are their children. They always end up unhappy but unwilling to admit it.
I understand better than most that living off one income is difficult. Especially for millennials. This will be the first generation to be far worse off financially than their parents. It’s one of the reasons why the white birth-rate is dramatically on the decline. Because who can afford to have children when it takes two incomes to afford a house payment or an apartment in an overcrowded expensive city that abuses 20-something year-olds out of their youth by telling them that city living is the height of sophistication.
I see millennials as a lost generation. By trying to break glass ceilings, they allowed the floor to rot beneath them. This is largely not their own fault. But it’s no wonder why socialism appeals to so many millennials. They’ve never experienced a good economy where there’s more jobs than there are people to fill them. When I went looking for work after graduating high school, it was almost impossible. The first question I was asked was “do you speak Spanish?” My mom wanted me to learn French in high school because my grandfather’s family was French. The answer being “no, I don’t” meant that many jobs were closed off to me. Jobs that I would have wanted. I would have had no problem cleaning hotel rooms or working in the back of a Chipotle. But even now I couldn’t get a job there. And I know that this isn’t an issue singular to living in the deep south and close to the border. But remember, to any leftists, bringing up third world immigration realities is deemed racist. Just trying bringing it up and watch the mental gymnastics take place right before your eyes.
The struggle won’t be healed any time soon. The nuclear family has been under attack since the 1950s or 60s. And I don’t see an end to it any time soon. But to the gents or ladies out there who think stay-at-home moms are somehow lesser, take some advice from my own father and know this. Your job is easy compared to hers.
Unless you’re in the military. But that’s a completely different story.