My mission is to inspire women and girls of all ages to engage in and enjoy the traditional feminine arts of the women before us. And to be womanly and feminine, if you so desire, and stand out in a world so opposed to this. Enjoying our femininity with no apologies.**
I have very strong feelings on certain subjects ie feminism mainly (and aren't most issues having to do with women derived from this?) that are or will be included on my website, of which may sound as if they are related to certain denominations or organized religions. But don't label me as a "such and such" religious fanatic because I am not affiliated with any of these. I dare say none of the opinions I have truly come from any teaching I have ever heard. Believe it or not most people just go with whatever resonates with their own experiences (my ex-husband was a scumbag so I hate all men too), or the newest fad (If that actress dresses that way there's nothing wrong with me and/or my daughter doing it, or all the magazines are showing these new low cut blouses so I need one too) or some weird way of thinking (I can do that job better than any man) just because it makes them feel self-empowered. And some of the agendas that are behind these ways of thinking are designed to do just that (self-empowerment) and sometimes we need this feeling, but in the context of the overall message we are hearing, it is far from what the bible has to say on the subjects of love and humility. I try to look at both sides of an issue, and probably would be judged if my true feelings were told, but I try to be honest and realize we've all been on both sides of most of these issues, but at the same time I try to be discerning and know what is right. There's nothing wrong about feeling good about oneself, but to trample another person while uplifting ourselves or our own gender (or agenda) is not right. If equality and freedom are what women are after why can't men have an opinion that differs from theirs? I suppose we want to be leaders and not followers, we want the tables to turn and give men their whats, whys, and wherefores. Who in actuality benefits from this way of thinking? Always research what the bible has to say (if you are a believer) before jumping into the barrel with everyone else. And try to see both sides. And I know I can sound contradictive at times, but give me a chance and I will try to clarify my stance on these subjects. Some of the Hot Topics of today are:
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**My focus is on writing content for women. I'm a woman, my ideas are mainly useful and geared toward women, but of course, anyone can read, peruse my content. I don't care to be gender-neutral, because I come from a background of mostly gender-specific lifestyle, with a few exceptions. I write from life-long experience. I had women role models, and men role models, not neutral. I write from where I have been all of my life. I will not change my wording to appease or pacify any specific group of people. If this offends you, I apologize. If this doesn't suit you - go find tips, recipes, and feminine/womanly lifestyle content elsewhere. From what I understand, fried chicken isn't gender-specific. A woman wearing a dress or skirt and an apron holding a platter of fried chicken is just a woman being herself. Isn't that what we all want is a choice to be ourselves? It's called freedom.
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