I Look Down on Clueless Bitter Feminists and I’m Not Sorry

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Amy Glass is clueless and apparently rather bitter.

Amy Glass is a feminist blogger that I’d never heard of before someone sent me a link to this post. Her bio includes links to such gems as I Use My Sexuality To Get Ahead At Work and Hillary Clinton Has Given Just As Much To This World As The Stay At Home Wife In My 11am Yogalates Class.  She also can’t spell very well, but it would be catty to say that. (oops)

I read her arrogant post called “I Look Down On Young Women With Husbands And Kids And I’m Not Sorry” thinking that there had to be a punchline, some merit, some deep social concept that I had heretofore been missing.

Nope, she’s just obnoxious, arrogant, and ignorant.

When did being proud to be a woman mean that you should insult other women and the choices that they make?  Equality, true equality, means that people should be respected regardless of their lifestyle, gender, or race.  Because someone has made different choices doesn’t make them less of a person, or in this case, less of a woman.

If Amy Glass is so “exceptional” as she calls it in her post, then how come I’m doing what she’s doing (writing for a living) AND raising two daughters to be strong, intelligent, and generous young women?  If I wanted to compare, doesn’t that make me more exceptional than Amy Glass, who is clearly just a one-trick pony?

I got married fairly young and had my children shortly thereafter.  And, yes, this changed my life.  Suddenly, I, who had previously been unable to keep a houseplant alive, had to nurture a screaming little human, keep the house organized, manage to make our meager income stretch far enough to keep us fed and warm, and figure out my place in this world.  I had to juggle raising that little baby and bringing in some money without giving all of that hard-earned cash to a babysitter. I started businesses, I wrote and sold articles, and I raised babies. I cooked and cleaned.  I educated my child while making a living – she was receiving on-the-job training at the age of 3. I joined the corporate world when my kids were older and worked in management, making 6 figures running an automotive shop full of awesome guys.  Later, when the father of my children died young, I raised these children without a partner in the picture. Now, I’m living my dream of being a writer, and I stay home with my youngest. This juggling act never held me back on my career aspirations – it made me fight harder to be successful because I had two living, breathing reasons to excel, sitting at home waiting to show me what they colored at school that day.  Through it all, the very most important job I had was raising those precious girls to be strong, independent, and kind.

But Amy disagrees.  Read on for her profound thoughts about motherhood:

Every time I hear someone say that feminism is about validating every choice a woman makes I have to fight back vomit.

Do people really think that a stay at home mom is really on equal footing with a woman who works and takes care of herself? There’s no way those two things are the same. It’s hard for me to believe it’s not just verbally placating these people so they don’t get in trouble with the mommy bloggers.

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.

When you miss out on the wonder of the everyday miracles, you’ve missed out on the best part of life. If you can’t see the rich beauty in the mundane things that happen every day, then how can you feel that sense of profound joy on a regular basis? How beautiful is it that we can actually grow life within ourselves? There is nothing more staggering and affirming than that, no career or promotion or financial milestone. This should be celebrated the same way every morning’s sunrise should be celebrated – because it happens every day makes it no less beautiful. Shouldn’t the epitome of feminism be our sacred ability to bring forth life? What makes women more unique from men than this? Seriously, what could possibly say “girl power” more loudly and adamantly than growing a tiny human, squeezing it out into the world, and keeping it alive until it becomes a productive, cognizant individual?

And I really don’t understand her belittlement of marriage. What could be more beautiful than finding the love of your life, and becoming committed to a future that is joined together?  This is far from mundane.  People search for years for the right person, and some are never lucky enough to make that connection. Celebrations are definitely in order because this, too, is incredibly profound. Real men add to your life – they don’t take away from it.  They respect women and cherish the differences between the genders. You are truly partners when you balance each other out and bring different things to the table. Being with the right person adds to your life, enhances your adventures, and gives you a sense of security in a crazy world.  Finding love and being loved, giving respect and receiving respect, embracing the differences between you and another person…what could possibly be more deserving of parties and showers and cake than that?

Amy believes that “You will never have the time, energy, freedom or mobility to be exceptional if you have a husband and kids.” Really?  Isn’t part of the gig as a mom exposing your kids to wonderful places? I’ve traveled to 3 continents, lugged toddlers through forests and up mountains just to see the view, and lived in a wood-heated cabin in the northern wilderness just for fun.  I’ve taught my girls how to cook, how to drive a car with a manual transmission, how to crochet a scarf,  how to successfully navigate a meal when they are presented with 11 pieces of flatware and 3 glasses, how to shoot a recurve bow, and how to change a flat tire with one of those dinky manufacturer-supplied jacks. While these things may not be exceptional by Amy’s definition, I can’t think of a single thing I’ve wanted to do in my adult life that has been hindered by the fact that I’m a mother but I can think of a million things that have been enhanced by that fact.

…women secretly like to talk about how hard managing a household is so they don’t have to explain their lack of real accomplishments. Men don’t care to “manage a household.” They aren’t conditioned to think stupid things like that are “important.”

There is nothing more important than nurturing the next generation.  By offering a peaceful and safe home to your children, they can learn, grow, and become good people. How does Amy think the next generation is going to be as “exceptional” as she is, if they don’t have parents around, teaching them, loving them, supporting them, and caring for them?  How is it “stupid” to create an environment that fosters the future?

These feminists aren’t doing women any favors when they publicly urinate on the traditional roles and the lifestyle choices that we have made.  Now, we are fortunate enough to have the option to stay home with our kids or to go out in the workforce or not to have children at all or to do everything at once and fulfill all of our dreams.  To degrade any of those choices is to actually be the antithesis of someone who supports women and femininity.

Like author Terry Macmillan who recently empowered women by telling those who disagreed with her to “bake more cookies“, Amy Glass tears women down instead of building them up. These “feminists” show their self-purported superiority by belittling other women who have exercised their rights to make different choices.

Suggesting that women who have opted for more “traditional” roles are somehow lesser seems to me the very opposite of female empowerment. Women certainly don’t need  some chauvinistic caveman to tear down their self-esteem with self-appointed spokespeople like Amy Glass.

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  • Amy is a good little cultural marxist. She’s been brainwashed by fellow cultural marxists to believe that anything that holds a family and nation together is outdated. She has been taught that motherhood is victimhood and being a proud marxist finds motherhood repugnant. I am 100% certain that she lacks the IQ, the emotional intelligence, and the skills to be both a mother and an entrepreneur. In order to justify her reason to continue breathing, she must tear down everyone other female who is out-performing her. But that’s par for the course for emotionally weak and mentally vapid folks. Just ignore her and move on, continuing to do what you naturally do best: out performing her.

  • This is why I don’t read that kind of blog. It’s just a form of verbal masturbation, designed to make her (and women like her) feel better by putting others down.

    Meanwhile, here I sit, verging on 37, still single, and what I wouldn’t give to have what my parents have (married for almost 50 years) and to be so “average” as to have a husband to love and be loved by (haven’t met Mr. Right-for-Me yet), and children of my own to nurture and mold into quality human beings (and given that I’m getting up there in years, I’ll probably never have children…. and without a husband, it’d be too difficult to adopt any).

    I’m on the outside, looking in. I’ve had no choice but to find ways to be strong and independent and exceptional and try to create my own legacy (of sorts), but it’s a freakin’ lonely life. If I didn’t have my family, I don’t know what I’d do.

    (P.S. I do love baking cookies, no matter how “un-feminist” it may be perceived to be. You can be a tough, solitary cookie and still love to make tasty baked goods. It’s the challenge, the artistry, and sharing the sugary reward goodness with those I care about that make it so worthwhile.)

    • My take is that the blogger referenced is intentionally confrontational, and her entries are designed to drive traffic and generate attention.

      Not unlike many of the “Mommybloggers” who intentionally exploit the other extremes.

      Both seem kind of ridiculous to me–a homeschooling, at home parent who also would identify as feminist, if forced to slap on a label. Most women I know are not extremists. We’re just doing the best we can to care for ourselves and be decent people. I don’t care if some silly blogger hates kids OR if another one hates people who choose not to have kids. Plenty of things in the world more deserving of attention than perpetuating silly “wars” among women.

  • I wouldn’t get my undies in a twist over this lady’s rage against the machine Daisy. She works for Bill Gates and the Depopulation agenda he’s currently chairing. One thing we might all appreciate are those of us who DO raise the next generation, since many women in Japan have now opted OUT of the motherhood gig. I did too, when I had dreams about the negative times we’re now living thru. I also didn’t want to raise a child to feed this warped system any more cannon fodder. I smelled a whiff of sulphur a long time ago – may God give Hugo Chavez peace, while I was still very young. This was not what Jesus promised or God had planned. But, I respect those who still struggle to do it. My hat’s off to you Daisy Luther. God Bless you, and my grandmother who raised me.

  • That was a excellent piece. You are the right kind of woman a man looks for all his life. To be equal and together. Children were the highlight of my life’s experience and finding a soulmate makes life a 24/7 pleasure. Everything else is gravy…peace

  • I cannot tolerate such “feminists”. Children should have a parent at home and idealy, it would be the mother.
    I am one of those young women who CHOSE to have children instead of getting pregnant on accident.
    Like you said, it is hard to find a man that is supportive of women and their role in society, whatever it may be.

    My husband is in awe of women for their ability to bring forth life and considers women to be the hybrid of the two.

    I honestly hate that women had to venture out to help with income because it has led to our time when it seriously takes, 2 incomes to support a family, or a really good income.

    I hope to be able to home school my children and learn a craft trade that I can do at home.

    Thanks for putting those feminists back in their place!

  • Well said. Having been a successful businessman and father, I can honestly say. Being a successful parent is far more important to society than being a successful business anything. its mush harder work being a parent, but much more enjoyable. That love, dedication and enjoyment takes most of the stress out of being a parent.

  • Please – please – please Amy Glass, tell me you’ve had a hysterectomy. The LAST thing this world needs is you replicating yourself.

  • Daisy,

    Exemplary article! Thank you for sharing.
    Way to verbally crap all over your own Mother Amy! I bet she is so very proud of you.

  • Daisy,
    I am a feminist and abhor that woman’s views. There are many feminists who do agree with you. Rearing the next generation, they believe, is the most important job in the world. Women like her give all feminists a bad reputation. I am not sure how old she is, but there is a new generation that thinks they invented, formed, and can now define experiences for all women.

    Many feminists are thoroughly traditional women who have no aspirations outside of being a good mother who, teaching her children to be accomplished. The early feminists in 1848 were women who, among other things, wanted to vote. They wanted to go to school, be doctors and lawyers.

    I have no desire to be a doctor or attorney. I wanted to rear children. I wanted to be a school teacher, not anything very radical at all.

    Please don’t paint all of us with the same broad brush. I, for one, am appalled at what these two women stand for. You know, some people just have to get attention!

  • Interesting… I wonder why women are so hard on each other? While men tend to support each other, even when they think the other guy is wrong.

    • Pam wrote, “I wonder why women are so hard on each other? While men tend to support each other, even when they think the other guy is wrong.”

      Yeah, I’m not getting that at all.
      Is that what the metrosexuals in the city do to each other? Cause, I have no experience with that, myself.

      Maybe, it’s more about Marxists and other Collectivist attacking the family unit in order to destroy liberty, which builds up the state as a god? There’s a lot of that going round these days.

      Anyway, seems to me the word, ‘feminist’ is being applied a bit to broadly just about everywhere, sort of the same way the word, ‘liberal’ today no longer means what it did 100 years ago.

      The term, ‘Newspeak’ comes to mind.

      • Hi PanarhistamericanHelot,

        My post was simply a result of asking myself a question based on my life experience in regard to this article. Frankly, I am surprised by your response. My post was hardly combative. You might be interested to know, not that it is really any of your business, but as a women whom embraces her natural feminine inclination of nurture. I am a single stay at home mom of an amazing well adjusted kid,that reads the ingredients list of anything (since 16 years old) she picks up from the store for me. How do I stay at home and raise my kid having never received a dime from her father? It is certainly not because I have a trust fund stashed somewhere in some urban loft.

        • Hi Pam. Do you feel comfortable sharing how you made money to do this? Many of us are on our own and struggle to earn money to live. I certainly do. Thank you.

          • Hey Carol,

            Daisy has really been sharing all of this from the beginning, but I will try to go through my process briefly, as it took time to get here and requires adapting to change constantly.

            A strong DESIRE to be able to raise your children in a traditional sense, in that you are their primary influence.

            To be self-employed, this is so broad and varied, but very doable for many. Talents, skills and passions come to mind. This requires not living in fear of having your needs met, and knowing what you can really live without having, and getting your kids to understand this. I have found that this is more than acceptable, as long as your time with them replaces the stuff (no eating bon bons and watching soaps). I rarely buy anything new, patience is key here.

            Which brings me to the third thought on being a stay at home Mom, is that the majority of my time is spent at Home! It is hardly a glamorous proposition to most, but one I love and am grateful for, It requires Work. Not as in drudgery, but in a well deserved sense of accomplishment. I am busy from sun up to sun down. What I am not able to do myself (I am learning that I am able to do much more than I ever thought) I find others willing to trade services, sometimes it takes some time, again, patience is key here.

            Finally, I may make less money, but I have found consistently, that our standard of living rises. Go Figure 🙂

            Hope this helps, all my best to you.

  • I love your perspective!!!!! This was the voice I had hope would also rise in this discussion. I wrote a post from the perspective of the child of a stay-at-home-mom, a single, childless, woman, who also has a sister that is a SAHM! If you are interested in checking out mine as well, it is called In Defense of the SAHM

  • A couple of years ago, in the city where I live. There was a demo by a bunch of feral women (women lib) or feminazis having some grievance against the society,
    Just looking at those women marching, I could understand why they become feminists. No sober man would come within a striking distance of them!
    So as a MCP my observation was, I understand their frustration!

  • Didn’t Amy say, “…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.” The question everyone ought to be asking Amy is, “If it’s that easy, how come you are knocking it? Haven’t you been able to do it?”
    Congratulations, Daisy, you’re a winner!

  • Want to know about the use and abuse of and by feminist ? Henry Makow has a few insights. Having been outside of this country at one time, and comparing culture and women with the princess here in the US, I could just puke knowing that American women generally can’t be trusted, are gold diggers, and have no concept of natural roles involving the relationship.

    • Tim,

      I understand what you are saying. But the princess indoctrination; thanks to Disney, has been going on for many years. If we take a minute to think about it…. There is NOT ONE fairy tale that has a mother figure, the best we get is a wicked step mother. Our girls watch these over and over. Just think, you have to be a rich, handsome prince to rescue your mistreated princess and are responsible to make her happy forever more. Realistic? Not hardly. I have heard recently, that there are now starter husbands like starter houses. Hollywood has us all by the balls. As harsh as it sounds the Television has got to go. TV has got to be the most dangerous weapon against freedom, peace and harmony for our planet. One other point I would like to suggest you research, is the difference between matriarchal and patriarchal societies, very interesting to say the least 🙂

  • The technology for test-tube baby-creation, dreamed up in Aldous Huxley’s classic 1932 novel _Brave New World_, has been a long time coming. In Huxley’s vision fetuses were bathed in a hormone chemical soup to create different levels of intelligence to plug into society’s planned and controlled occupational slots, then decanted to government schools to be raised under constant indoctrination. Motherhood, being obsolete, had been demonized so thoroughly that pregnancy was unthinkable.

    We may not have the genetic engineering technology yet for a Brave New World-style birthing process, but Amy Glass’ article makes me think that someone high up knows we are close enough for the time to start pushing the motherhood-is-awful meme. This is how major cultural changes are set in motion by people who are treating humanity as their private breeding experiment. In a very real sense, the fate of the species hangs in the balance.

  • Gosh, I know life is a challenge for all us right now. It is really hard for me to find a place in which I can contribute in a way that makes me feel good while endeavoring to be of service to others. I get crazy angry, when really my hearts desire is harmony for humanity and this planet. I struggle minute by minute of each and every day to understand my role in all that is manifested in my life. But really, how does judging others for the way they judge us contribute to peace and harmony? Those of us who get that being a woman and embracing the power of the feminine energy is our reward and we do not need to defend our selves because we just know without a doubt we have contributed to the best of our ability to balancing the planet and to the human race.

  • I was first introduced to the concept of “feminism” during my first year in college. It was a topic of discussion in an English class. I thought the concept was ridiculous. All I wanted to do was get married and raise well rounded kids. I was not interested in a career.

    Due to circumstances, I did have a career and degree. I (as well as my husband) also took care of five then six children who grew up to be well rounded, godly, men and women who have/had good careers, good marriages, and are raising their children well. By the time I quit, I was exhausted, but my primary focus was my children. The satisfaction of a job well done was not my career. It was raising my children and having a good marriage. I had and still have a balanced life that encouraged and set by example, skills (not dabbling) that include art, music, and “womanly arts.” My husband did the same for the “manly arts.” There have also been cross over skills, and that is a good thing.

    Feminism is Marxist/Communist. The Frankfurt School also promoted this. In order to have social change, the family unit must be dissolved, and over the past century, that has been accomplished. The seeds of feminism started before the flapper era, but during the 1920’s it certainly took off. All wars encourage social change, and some have suggested that it is one of the primary purposes beyond monetary profit.

    During the 60’s, the feminists encouraged women not to learn how to touch type because they may only be hired as a secretary. Really? Knowing how to touch type was one of the skills I made sure kids knew. They were told that they could do anything a man could do but better. Really? Our physiology is different. We think differently. I consider it a good thing. Deal with it.

    The western culture has been sent down de river of destruction, but most people are clueless.

  • feminism is really a modern form of puritanism, something which condemns things it does not understand and uses guilt to insinuate that men are evil.

    If you want strong women, who proudly speak their minds, you need proud men who are comfortable sharing their minds. Belief that all humans should be strong and proud is humanism, not feminism.

    The idea that all human beings are of equal value is humanism, not one sided feminism. The greatest lie is that feminism is the notion that women are equal. feminism, by definition is the idea that one polarity of human manifestation needs to be exalted over the other. In order to justify this idea, that the feminine needs to be dominant, feminists twist history in order to make it look like men were purposely holding women down, which is a complete falsehood, men were working out in the fields so women could work in the home. As society industrialized, men first left the fields and then there was a slow realization that not all women needed to be in the home anymore. But the original model was crafted out of consideration for woman and the sacred feminine which was always held in high regard in western culture.

    feminism is for lazy slobs who want to wallow in their guilt.

    • We live in a patriarchal (enslaving) society here, interesting to note is that the American Indian, whom did not have a central government, did very well. At the time europeans crashed here, there was just as many indians on this continent as there are people now and there was an abundance for all back then. They lived by a “matriarchal” (equality) culture. I find it amusing that they were often referred to as savages, and I often think how archaic and barbaric our culture is now. Have we as humans really progressed any in the past several hundred years?

  • I am amazed at how many people are so very desperate to self validate. All this chest beating to say I am better than you….I am good because you are bad, I am right and you are wrong. When people can’t exist without comparison and judgement they are living lives that are half a step above poo flinging monkeys.

    I have friends who are single without kids, single with kids, married, divorced, widowed, working, retired, stay at home…..they are all pretty happy and well adjusted people. They are lovely, vibrant women who sure as heck don’t need to be judged, validated or lumped together in some weird homogeneous blob by anyone. They all have their own unique challenges and strengths.

  • “Do people really think that a stay at home mom is really on equal footing with a woman who works and takes care of herself?”


    Right there is the root of this attitude: it’s all about HERSELF. A woman must live for HERSELF. When you become a mom you transition from ME, ME, ME, to All Of Us Together. “My time” becomes “our time” and “MY life” becomes “OUR life”.

    This lady doesn’t want to make that transition and she is attempting, with bitter disdain towards those that have, to justify spending her life in selfish self-centeredness.

    Welp, let’s see how well this plays out when she is a bitter and very LONELY old woman at the mercy of the State and those of us that made the sacrifice are surrounded by kids and grandkids, being cared for and loved.

  • Wow…..Daisy….nice post. Ms. Glass sound all big and brave behind that keyboard, I pay her no never mind.

    Now when my wife gets off work….I think she’s got a hug and dinner coming her way.

  • Right on Daisy,,
    I have more respect for the successful young woman with the kids and such than a self absorbed “feminist”
    I like what you said about equality,, it doesnt care what your race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation is,

  • Can’t you just feel the love… I do feel sorry for feminists. Most seem so bitter and unhappy. To me Feminism is like ‘the golden calf’ to many women who worship it and define themselves by it.

    I often ask myself, ‘Am I doing God’s will’. This subject reminds me of what Brandon Smith recently wrote. Paraphrasing Brandon, “I cannot imagine a torture more terrifying than to realize in the face of one’s final days that one wasted his entire life trying to tow the establishment line and promote the establishment view, instead of educating one’s self and molding a better tomorrow for their children.” Wow…

  • What I don’t understand is why you would chose to have children while you still had to “manage to make our meager income stretch far enough to keep us fed and warm, and figure out my place in this world. I had to juggle raising that little baby and bringing in some money without giving all of that hard-earned cash to a babysitter.” I think part of what Amy’s point is is why wouldn’t you just figure out your place in this world before getting married and having children. Who knows what you might have accomplished. Was having to struggle and juggle the only way you could be motivated to having to career you have now? It might have been, but wouldn’t it be great to be motivated by wanting to be strong and independent on your own so you would be ready for a family. I just don’t know why anyone would put themselves in a situation where they are struggling to raise children. Maybe you didn’t purposely put yourself in that situation, but that is a whole different subject.

    • Sydney asked, “why wouldn’t you just figure out your place in this world before getting married and having children.”

      Answer: Because then you might Never have children or get married.
      Or, by that time, it may be too late.

      I was listening to The Dave Ramsy Show on the A.M. radio one day, he told a young person they should not wait until they think they can afford to have children. Having children is not that expensive, in the beginning, they don’t even eat that much.

  • This Amy Glass character is no doubt a pathetic, emotionally stunted creature who is full of self-loathing. Due to this, she despises normal men and women and takes her ugly feelings out on them…all under the guise of morality and the cocoon of perpetual victimhood.

  • You know what.

    Personally, I consider it no great accomplishment to have children; owing most likely to the fact that I’m not especially keen on snotty kids.

    However, that’s my take on life– and my opinion.

    It would be somewhat audacious and unfair of me to try and portray my personal opinion on these matters onto others and to expect them to see my feelings as ‘fact’.

    People make up their own damn minds as to what’s personally important to them.

    The point of life is to choose whatever bloody point you like and live by it.

  • This is brilliant!
    Wasn’t sure how it was going to be with the title but definately relevant and clever!!
    I am a Visual Arts student completing my final year of school and am creating my major work on this concept: ‘If feminism is about choice, then why does my choice feel so wrong?’

    In other words, If feminism is about women doing whatever the hell they want, it has overshot its objective because I’m embarassing to admit I’d prefer building a family over climbing the corporate ladder.

    Thank you for your passionate words! You have given me some awesome inspiration for my art!

  • She is NOT a feminist. Not really. Today, too many people have destroyed that word, killed its definition. When the original “feminists” were suffragettes, fully clothed, wanting EQUAL rights as men to vote, followed by those who wanted EQUAL opportunity to follow their dreams/careers of their choosing and not to HAVE no other choice but to be house wife and mother. They did not NOT want to be those things, they simply wanted the opportunity to do what ever else they wanted. A TRUE feminist understands that to be feminist, one must support women in all the hats that she CHOOSES to wear and to not force her into one.

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