Ain’t I A Woman | A Letter to The Haters

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Where do I begin?

We have gotten a range of feedback about our blog.

From: “OMG! Thanks for this! It’s exactly what I’ve been looking for! My mother has been trying to tell me these things for the longest time!”

To: “I think you should take your blog down.”

I want to address the second group of people.

This blog is about women being women in a world where the feminist agenda has become a vehicle for promoting the masculine agenda through women.

When we talk about being anti-feminism, we are not anti-women’s rights. We are actually the very opposite of this. We are PRO-the right to BE a WOMAN. That means:

  • having children
  • choosing your career or the right to not have one
  • loving your body
  • cooperatively supporting your family (including your husband)

If you ask me, we’re more feminist here on Ladies Again than the modern day feminist agenda.

I’m sorry if you don’t understand or even agree with what we are trying to do here.

I’m sorry if you have been brainwashed by the media to believe that feminism is equivalent to interchangeable gender roles and unhealthy lifestyle including:

  • sexual promiscuity by both genders
  • homosexuality and bisexuality
  • single parent homes
  • money over family
  • selfishness and self-centeredness

These are actually the things that we are opposing here at Ladies Again and if you agree with the second set of values, then I understand why you would disagree with Ladies Again. However, if you disagree with those values and still disagree with Ladies Again or do not believe that Ladies Again is being effective in promoting the values that we claim (or that I am claiming in this article), then please leave a message about exactly where you feel we have failed and/or how you think we could do better.

Do you agree with the Ladies Again agenda? Why or why not?

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Author: African Femininity

African Femininity is a first generation American-born Nigerian. That basically means, her parents were immigrants and raised her with a mix of selective cultural values from both traditions. Needless to say, this left her with a very dissonant understanding of what being a “lady” meant. Now, as an un-married 30 year old woman, she is on a mission to delve to the root of being a woman in a world where conflicting cultural values and traditions are leaving many confused and disillusioned. She use the power of the pen to defend a woman’s right to choose her own lifestyle: be it housewife, social climber or being conventionally employed. Check out her Amazon author page for books written by her at http://amazon.com/author/shadowjackson

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