One of the requirements to be a self-appointed godly woman is you have to put some time in having a crappy attitude in your marriage. The more time the better. If you are bitchy for the first five years of your marriage, well that is worth something, but not as much as saying the following:… Continue reading Mark of a Godly Woman #5: Two Decades of Crappy Attitude
Should we suffer in silence? Godly women tend to think so. In fact, the mark of a godly woman is the more you suffer in silence, the more you bottle it up and put on happy face to the world, the more godly you are. Blogging about a perfect life helps temper the suffering inside.… Continue reading Mark of a Godly Woman #4: They Suffer in Silence
Some Christian women go viral by posting about housework and other’s go viral by using ham sandwiches to compare their daughters pure vagina vulva to Taylor Swift’s alleged worn, tattered, and used vagina vulva. Seriously, you got to see this to believe it. “The left sandwich is far more ragged and worn looking and rather unattractive… Continue reading “Christian” Mother uses Ham Sandwich to Symbolize Daughter’s Pure Vagina
From Lori today: “Recently, I was talking with an acquaintance of mine. She is not a believer and knew about my blog so she asked me about it. She mentioned that she was a feminist. I asked her if she wants to be like a man. She exclaimed, “No! I love it when my husband… Continue reading Women Provoking Lust is a Real Problem, Women Provoking Envy and other Sins–Not So Much
They involve groups of males, or lost boys, that are largely held together by a central matriarchal female character. As much as the manosphere will deny it, they tend to seek out and put upon a pedestal a particular woman to act as mom or virtual wife to console them and lick their wounds. The… Continue reading What does Peter Pan, The Wizard of Oz, and the manosphere all have in common?
This letter Lori received really gets right to the heart of the obsession it seems traditionalists have with roles rather than practicality. You can read the entire letter here. Some quotes from Jane: “I have worked a job the entire time of our marriage. However, recently my thoughts on working outside the home have… Continue reading The Pressure to Fulfill Roles
The title of this article was intriguing as I don’t have an issue with women working, especially so if its in submission to her husband’s wishes. However, it wasn’t what I thought it would be and is just more pure feminism. The reasons stated for a women working aren’t for practicality, but rather so they… Continue reading How Christian Women can Get the Power and Attention they Seek without Joining the Workforce