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I am currently a twenty-year-old engineering student who has had the fortune of discovering the insanities of feminism at a young age. Considering that I have already acquired a very good job, once I graduate I intend on marrying a Christian woman. To state it plainly, I want a Christian woman who wants to be a housewife, but it seems my views are in the minority, even amongst many Christians. My arguments for wanting a woman with that aspiration seem quite rational, but they are also theoretical.
Thus I have a few very important questions I hope you can take some time to answer:. Would you consider a housewife a luxury? I hear this one quite often. As a housewife, how do you combat social isolation from fellow adults?
From time to time, I will hear or read from others that a man wanting a housewife is old-fashioned or authoritarian, that housewives are lazy, unambitious woman, and that to have a housewife is a luxury, and unnecessary. I have an answer to every single one of these objections, but I want to hear your opinions first. These are very big questions, especially the last one, so I am hoping you really take your time.
Also, please leave my name out. I do not want potential feminist acquaintences bothering me. A mother and wife at home is not intrinsically a luxury. She is a necessity. There are always exceptions. In the case of a mother who is, say, insane, it is better if she is not there! In the case of a woman who is resentful and angry, a home may be miserable even when she is there.
But in that instance, the problem is her anger and resentment not the fact that she is there. In the case of a woman who is lazy, the problem is not that she is home but that she is lazy. We live in an economy that does not function well and places terrific strain on families. The idea that economies are based on human self-interest is largely to blame for this anti-family economy and the collapse of the one-income family.
Economies do not flourish when self-interest is held to be the supreme economic law. However, the economy is not primarily to blame for the idea that having a wife at home is a luxury.
If home-making had not been thoroughly degraded by feminist thinking, people would complain more about the fact that women are pressured to work outside the home. They would view the wife at home as a necessity which they are denied because of economic pressures and they would agitate for change or question the status quo. The best way to combat all problems is to engage in spiritual warfare with the self. The woman at home must be a spiritual warrior.
Her chief enemy is within herself. Any social isolation I have experienced has benefited me. It used to bother me that I was basically the only woman at home in the middle class neighborhood where we live. This would definitely not be the case in wealthy neighborhoods nearby.
It is good even when it is painful. All loneliness is an illusion. However, a woman can always find company with other adults if she engages in some kind of volunteer work. There are also lots of blogs and chatboards on the Internet for women at home. What do you think are the reasons why a man should pursue a housewife over a career woman?
Maybe you will, but I doubt it, given the pervasive conditioning and groupthink. Most women even if they want to do that and I believe most want it in their heart of hearts and think they can have it after years of working at a career would feel like losers if they admit to such a thing.
They have been taught to think that, as you say, homemaking means laziness and a lack of ambition. Furthermore, they have no idea how much work it is to manage a home and family life. They are complete innocents.
They have also been taught that large families are too much work — when in fact large families are in some ways easier over the long run. Your family life will be much better if your wife does not work outside the home before your children are fully grown.
All this is not simply a question of individual preferences. You have the duty to provide for a family as best as you are able and your wife has the duty to remain home if she can.
You have the obligation to welcome children without conditions. What I would suggest is that you look for a woman who is kind, considerate and even-tempered, a woman who is not mean and not subject to frequent emotional storms all woman are passionate and emotional, including me, but those who are totally dominated by their emotions are likely to be more conformist and subject to social pressures. That is a sign that she is insensitive and may be insensitive to you and her children someday too.
Sometimes the life of the party is no party at home because that elation has its dark counterpart. But every beautiful woman will be much less beautiful someday. Look for a woman who is not obsessed with her career plans and has other interests. If she has artistic interests or any intellectual interests, she will be able to find occupations at home.
Many women are preparing for careers that could conceivably be converted into money-making activity at home, such as running a small business. All women at home should have an independent life too with interests of their own. A housewife should pursue the type of excellence which motivates her and suits her temperament. One great thing about homeschooling is that it is interesting and stimulating work.
If you do have a housewife someday, talk to her about the importance of learning to say no because many people think that women at home have nothing to do. Some women become totally burnt-out by this and find a job easier.
Anyway, even if you have a wife who is a house wife, you are not guaranteed an easy married life. In fact, there is no such thing as an easy married life. The important thing is what you and your wife are seeking, not what you have. I hope you find a wife and that your entire life together is animated by the ideal. The housewife need not be, as feminists say, a drudge.
She is not necessarily a drudge even though she may do menial things all day long. She is an idealist. She drapes her home in the ideal. It does not require a big house or many things to do this well.
It requires love, vision, confidence in God and the steadfast conviction that this world is not our true home. There are thousands of families in the United States who are raising their daughters to be godly housewives. I do not know your religious affiliation, but they come in so many denominations. You can see for yourself how these girls are being raised. They are waiting for a godly husband. He has been raising her up to be the perfect helper for you. The sites you mention are essentially for women, not men.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with that. In the end, there is only one Christian denomination. He most certainly cannot be worshipped through a sea of contradictions, as represented by assorted and conflicting denominations. Christ left the Holy Eucharist as an ongoing manifestation of his love and a reenactment of his sacrifice at Calvary.
These sites deny the Eucharist. The churches of Christ throughout the nation and the world celebrate the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ by taking the bread and the fruit of the vine every Sunday.
Those who are unable to attend on Sunday morning religiously observe communion in Sunday evening worship services. It is not seen as a sacred reenactment of the sacrifice at Calvary and there is no transubstantiation. The bread is not changed into the body of Christ. The churches of Christ adamantly reject the sacramental theology of the Eucharist. First, you are correct that most of the sites out there are directed towards women, not men. And even more so, towards raising young women, not necessarily helping them marry.
Personally, I think that says an awful lot about many supposed traditional or conservative Christian circles. The sad thing is that this kind of madness was warned about at the end of the Book of Judges: Both the things which are in heaven, and the glorious angels, and rulers, both visible and invisible, if they believe not in the blood of Christ, shall, in consequence, incur condemnation.
He that is able to receive it, let him receive it. But consider those who are of a different opinion with respect to the grace of Christ which has come unto us, how opposed they are to the will of God. They have no regard for love; no care for the widow, or the orphan, or the oppressed; of the bond, or of the free; of the hungry, or of the thirsty.
They abstain from the Eucharist and from prayer, because they confess not the Eucharist to be the flesh of our Saviour Jesus Christ, which suffered for our sins, and which the Father, of His goodness, raised up again. Those, therefore, who speak against this gift of God, incur death in the midst of their disputes. But it were better for them to treat it with respect, that they also might rise again. It is fitting, therefore, that you should keep aloof from such persons, and not to speak of them either in private or in public, but to give heed to the prophets, and above all, to the Gospel, in which the passion [of Christ] has been revealed to us, and the resurrection has been fully proved.
But avoid all divisions, as the beginning of evils. The Real Presence was official doctrine as far back as the Apostolic era.
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Don't mourn for me now, don't mourn for me never, I am going to do nothing for ever and ever. The number of housewives increased in the s. Housewives in America were typical in the middle of the 20th century among middle-class and upper-class white families. A study estimated that 31 percent of working mothers leave the workplace for an average of 2.
There is considerable variability within the stay-at-home mother population with regard to their intent to return to the paid workforce. Some plan to work from their homes, some will do part-time work, some intend to return to part or full-time work when their children have reached school age, some may increase their skill sets by returning to higher education, and others may find it financially feasible to refrain from entering or re-entering the paid workforce.
Research has linked feelings of "maternal guilt and separation anxiety" to returning to the workforce. Similarly, there is considerable variation in the stay-at-home mother's attitude towards domestic work not related to caring for children. Some may embrace a traditional role of housewife, cooking and cleaning in addition to caring for children. Others see their primary role as that of child-care providers, supporting their children's physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual development while sharing or outsourcing other aspects of home care.
Although men have generally been thought of as the primary breadwinners for families in recent history, the division of labor between men and women in traditional societies required both genders to take an active role in obtaining resources outside the domestic sphere. Prior to discovering agriculture and animal husbandry, predictable food sources were a scarce commodity.
To achieve optimal nutrition during this time, it was imperative that both men and women focus their energies on hunting and gathering as many different edible foods as possible to sustain themselves on a daily basis. Lacking the technologies necessary to store and preserve food, it was critical for men and women to seek out and obtain fresh food sources almost continuously. These nomadic tribes used gender differences to their advantage, allowing men and women to use their complementary adaptations and survival strategies to find the most diverse and nutritionally complete foods available.
For example, in the context of daily foraging, childcare itself was not a hindrance to women's productivity; rather, performing this task with her children both increased the overall efficiency of the activity more people participating equals a greater yield of edible roots, berries, nuts and plants , and functioned as an important hands-on lesson in survival skills for each child.
By sharing the burden of daily sustenance — and developing specialized gender niches — humans not only ensured their continued survival, but also paved the way for later technologies to evolve and grow through experience. In the 19th century, more and more women in industrialising countries stopped being homemakers and farm wives and began to undertake paid work in various industries outside the home and away from the family farm, in addition to the work they did at home.
At this time many big factories were set up, first in England then in other European countries and the United States. Many thousands of young women went to work in factories; most factories employed women in roles different from those occupied by men. There were also women who worked at home for low wages while caring for their children at the same time. Being a housewife was only realistic among middle-class and upper-class families. In working-class families, it was typical for women to work.
In the 19th century, a third to half of married women in England were recorded in the census as working for outside pay, and some historians believe this to be an undercount. Women were often very proud to be a good homemaker and have their house and children respectably taken care of. Other women, like Florence Nightingale , pursued non-factory professions even though they were wealthy enough that they did not need the income.
Some professions open to women were also restricted to unmarried women, e. There were also special roles in the armed forces carried out by women, e. While the men were at war, many of their womenfolk went to work to keep the countries running. Women, who were also homemakers, worked in factories, businesses and farms. At the end of both wars, many men had died, and others had returned injured. Some men were able to return to their previous positions, but some women stayed in the workforce as well.
In addition to this surge in women entering the workforce, convenience food and technology were also rising in popularity, both of which saved women time that they may have spent performing domestic tasks, and enabled them to instead pursue other interests.
The governments of Communist countries in the early and middle 20th century such as the Soviet Union and China encouraged married women to keep working after giving birth. There were very few housewives in Communist countries until free market economic reform in the s, which led to a resurgence in the number of housewives. Conversely, in the Western World of the s, many women quit their jobs to be housewives after giving birth.
In the s in western countries, it was becoming more accepted for a woman to work until she got married, when it was widely held that she should stop work and be a housewife. Many women believed that this was not treating men and women equally and that women should do whatever jobs they were able to do, whether they were married or not. The Feminine Mystique , a book by Betty Friedan which is widely credited with sparking the beginning of second-wave feminism in the United States, discussed among other things the lives of housewives from around the United States who were unhappy despite living in material comfort and being married with children.
As a result of this increased education, some women were able to earn more than their husbands. In very rare cases, the husband would remain at home to raise their young children while the wife worked.
In the late 20th century, in many countries it became harder for a family to live on a single wage. Subsequently, many women were required to return to work following the birth of their children.
However, the number of male homemakers began gradually increasing in the late 20th century, especially in developed Western nations. In , the number of male homemakers had reached its highest point of 2. However, in some regions of the world the male homemaker remains culturally unacceptable. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Swedish. June Click [show] for important translation instructions. View a machine-translated version of the Swedish article.
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