Because Everybody Is Entitled To My Opinion

"O LORD, revive thy work in the midst of the years, . . . in wrath remember mercy" (Habakkuk 3:2).
"Wilt thou not revive us again: that thy people may rejoice in thee?" (Psalm 85:6)

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Don't Marry a Career Woman: The Debate Heats Up

What's that sound? Oh yeah its more liberal hypocrisy coming from femizons. It's seems that Michael Noer wrote a column for called DonĂ‚’t Marry a Career Woman. It surveys marriages of career women and found that things were not all sunshine and roses. In fact most such marriages have high rates of dysfunction, infidelity and divorce. Big shock there huh. Carey Roberts notes the resultant meltdown and arguments in his piece Carey Roberts -- Don't Marry a Career Woman: The Debate Heats Up Carey says :
"Of course, these findings don't apply to every ambitious woman who has risen to the top of her field but the connection is true in many cases.
In practically every woman's magazine, you'll find advice columns to help the reader find Mr. Right and then entice her football-addled boyfriend to commit for the long-haul"

But when a male columnist dispenses relationship advice for men, that appears to be strictly verboten -- at least according to the Shrieking Sisters of Silliness who cut loose on Mr. Noer. "

So men can be objectified, analyzed categorized and stamped "MARRY" or "DO NOT MARRY" but don't dare touch the sacred woman. Lest the feminazis descend upon you and devour you.

Do I believe that a woman's place is in the home and she should be barefoot and pregnant? Not necessarily. You see the Biblical ideal of womanhood is a woman who exalts her husband, manages the household, instructs the children AND RUNS HER OWN BUSINESS (Proverbs 31:10-31). Not surprisingly God always has an answer. So why then do career women fail at relationships? Because of priorities. The Virtuous Woman's priorities are God, husband, children, household, business. Career women today are all about business first so everything else falls apart.

Hat Tip: Dani at Generation XPOSE

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