The Working Woman Conspiracy

The Working Woman Conspiracy

February 19, 2011 by Brenda Nelson  
Published in Women

Any one who is older may recall that in their childhood most mothers did not work outside the home. The man was the breadwinner, the woman kept the home. Now it is not uncommon for both to work until retirement age, is this a move forward for women, or a giant leap backwards?

Bye Bye Wonder Woman

Bye Bye Wonder Woman

September 1, 2010 by Alaina Ellington  
Published in Motherhood

As a stay at home mother of two young children I know what it’s like to get caught up in all the hype that surrounds women who choose the stay at home career. We are held to a higher standard for most things. Because we stay at home our homes are automatically expected to be completely spotless, we never have laundry piled up, you will never find sand on our floors or fingerprints on our windows.

How Feminism Ruined My Life

How Feminism Ruined My Life

October 8, 2009 by krnotary  
Published in Women

With the word socialism being thrown around, divorce and single motherhood on the rise and pay for women still lower then men what did feminism do for women like me?

Why I Think Housewives Should Get a Paycheck

Why I Think Housewives Should Get a Paycheck

October 5, 2009 by jaysland  
Published in Issues

The underappreciation of a housewife.

Freelancing Writing as a Stay at Home Mom

Freelancing Writing as a Stay at Home Mom

July 21, 2009 by L Beall  
Published in Work

Freelance writing and being a stay at home are both demanding. Combining the two can make you think you need to replicate yourself just to find time to sleep.

The Life of a Homemaker

The Life of a Homemaker

October 22, 2008 by Marino2251  
Published in Motherhood

The daily challenges of a stay at home wife, and mother. The things we sometimes think and the things we sometimes wish we were doing. Instead of mopping floors and taking orders of things that need to be done.

Are We All Desperate Housewives?

Are We All Desperate Housewives?

November 6, 2007 by Elaine Wilson  
Published in Issues

A personal opinion to strike thought into what a housewives job description should include.

Betrayal From a Gender Perspective

Betrayal From a Gender Perspective

July 19, 2007 by Ms CYPRAH  
Published in Marriage

Men and women really view the effects of betrayal in different ways. This is based mainly on how they perceive their roles and needs within the relationship.