Breaking News: You Can Be A Feminist And A Stay-At-Home Mom
I expected the worst when I heard that that New York magazine would be writing an article about "The Retro Wife," about how some liberal feminists are embracing retro lifestyles by staying-at-home. Well, I didn't expect the worst. But I expected your typical scoopfuls of women-don't-need-or-want-feminism-anymore BS, which, as Anna North at BuzzFeed Shift notes,…
Hitched: How I Became A Homemaker
Flipping through my mom’s old yearbooks as a kid, I was taken by the bouffant hairdos and the small-town charm of her tiny East Texas high school; I was also amazed that there appeared to be basically two clubs in the whole place. Guys got funneled into the Future Farmers of America. The young women?
Can A Homemaker Be A Feminist?
I was raised by a working, single mother. She went to Stanford, majored in economics, became a public school teacher, wrote a book, and now works as a journalist. She didn’t give up her job when she had my sister or me, and she certainly didn’t give it up after she and my father divorced.