So would the traditional house wife be more attractive to you?
See? that's the typical feminist thinking, that we men want traditional house wife, i recommend you lookup @cierarogers, @missdollycastro on Instagram, those women are pretty feminine and you wouldn't know they are entrepreneurs, business women who make thousands of dollars a month off the apparel that they design, they wear and model on Instagram, @missdollycastro is even a single mom, is she strong and independent? YES!, is she feminine? YES!So don't invoke the "traditional house wife" card, you can be strong and independent and still be feminine. I have personally have had female bosses who were really mean bitches while working but who also were really feminine and cool to hang out with outside of work hours, it's a matter of using your masculine and feminine energy correctly.
See I agree with that. the only part I don't agree with is your views on house wives. Being a house wife isn't a bad thing.. If that is what a woman wants to do, that is HER choice and it's beautiful.. But I mentioned that because there is a current push back--by men-- for women to wear dresses, wear make up, and care about their looks. Which, in the 50's, was basically the life of a house wife. So, I oringinally misunderstood you but I know understand. It's that you prefer feminine STYLE not necessarily feminine CLICHES (which consist of a women's submission to a mans will, acting helpless/ditsy, needing a man, et cetera). Thanks for sharing your opinion!
I never said that being a house wife is a bad thing, in fact i think it is something beautiful to have a woman devoted to her home, her children and her husband, however if my wife decided to be a stay at home mom, i would still encourage her to start a home business, maybe selling stuff over internet, maybe start a blog, etc, or i would encourage her to practice a sports with her friends without neglecting the home obviously, or i would encourage her to have hobbies whatever they might be.And yes i prefer feminine style NOT feminine cliches or stereotypes.My pleasure.
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