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FEMINISM VS SUBMISSIVENESS – A THIN LINE!
by A Loco Viva Voce « on: December 23, 2015, 08:58:20 AM »




Feminism is a range of movements and ideologies that share a common goal: to define, establish, and achieve equal political, economic, cultural, personal, and social rights for women.” – Wikipedia

To be submissive is to obey or yield to someone else.

For the purpose of this post, the word submissive is being used to refer to women who are married to a male partner and also happen to be devoted feminists.

As a woman and as an advocate of feminism, how do you reconcile your need to for equal rights with the biblical need to submit yourself to a man; your husband.

This issue of finding a balance between the two extremes (feminism and submissiveness) is the reason why there are a lot of issues within marriages today; hence the steady rise in divorce.

Even though I might get hated for this, I much prefer the lifestyle back in the day when there was a clear cut sign and everyone knew their jurisdiction. The men knew to fend for their families and the women knew to nurture their children and home.

As much as it is a good thing that women now have a voice and can speak up without fear of being subdued, the issue of not being able to realize where your demand for equal rights end and where your duties as a wife begin is the big problem within families today.

As a feminist, you first and foremost refuse to play a typical “wife” where you trust your husband to make the decisions that are in your best interest. Rather, you demand to be an equal part of the decision making process and insist on your ideologies because you believe as a woman, your opinion should count – and it should indeed.

Then you start having issues where the both of you MUST have it your way and no one is willing to compromise or bend over.

The man insists he is the head of the house so his decision stands and the woman insists her opinion would not be neglected simply because she is a “woman”. Fast forward, few months later, they are divorced – all thanks to feminism.

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