January 29, 2014
A recent blog post by feminist Amy Glass has caused much controversy and debate in the media. The post is entitled I Look Down On Young Women With Husbands And Kids And I’m Not Sorry, and in it Miss Glass claims that bearing and raising children is boring and mundane, and therefore should not be celebrated:
Having kids and getting married are considered life milestones. We have baby showers and wedding parties as if it’s a huge accomplishment and cause for celebration to be able to get knocked up or find someone to walk down the aisle with. These aren’t accomplishments, they are actually super easy tasks, literally anyone can do them. They are the most common thing, ever, in the history of the world. They are, by definition, average. And here’s the thing, why on earth are we settling for average?
If women can do anything, why are we still content with applauding them for doing nothing?
I want to have a shower for a woman when she backpacks on her own through Asia, gets a promotion, or lands a dream job not when she stays inside the box and does the house and kids thing which is the path of least resistance. The dominate (sic) cultural voice will tell you these are things you can do with a husband and kids, but as I’ve written before, that’s a lie. It’s just not reality.
You will never have the time, energy, freedom or mobility to be exceptional if you have a husband and kids.
Miss Glass claims that as long as women spend their time bearing and raising children, they will always be inferior to men, and that women can be equal to men only when they stop having kids. From this, we can easily see that the feminist position boils down to the completely insane idea that reproduction is optional.
For any species or sub-species, reproduction is absolutely necessary. Not reproducing means extinction. This idea is exceedingly simple and undeniably true.
A race discussing whether or not to reproduce is like an individual contemplating whether or not to eat. Just as food is necessary to renew the body and prolong its life, so reproduction is necessary to the survival of the race.
Miss Glass’ anti-children attitude is reflected in the popular feminist saying “well-behaved women rarely make history”. This saying is a complete inversion of the truth. If “well-behaved women” refers to women who focus on children and homemaking, then it would be much more accurate to say that “well-behaved women are the backbone of history”.
The dedication that our women have shown to the bearing of children and the maintaining of safe and healthy homes has been absolutely essential to our success as a race. Without the efforts of such women, our race would have died long ago.
In our ongoing struggle for survival, we must honor our women and celebrate their role as the bearers of coming generations. Without faithful, traditional women, there will be no future glory for Aryan mankind.
Feminism is death and defeat, the traditional family is life and victory.