Since I’ve already introduced this path in my latest blog, my mind started going on a jog through other similar topics. Since when was it bad for a woman to cook for her man?! I spoke to this young woman the other day and she told me that she “will never cook for her man,” and that “he would only cook for her.” And I just thought to myself “bitch are you dumb!?”
See that’s the problem, women on their independent streak consider focusing on home life to be some type of degrading experience. But what they don’t understand is that it’s actually a liberating part of life that allows them to gain more control than they would by simply saying “no” to handling home business.
Let me explain…
In our generation (I’m talking to you 80’s babies) it is atypical to find a woman who can cook or at least enjoys it. That shouldn’t be completely frowned upon either because our generation is FULL of ambitious women so therefore it may be somewhat natural that they didn’t have time to learn the tricks of the trade in the home. That’s OK!
Learn! Not only do you make yourself better rounded but everyone knows that a way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. And if you’re too liberal to worry about the man, think about the children you might have. If you’re too selfish with your personal time to have kids, think about the people you could impress. If you don’t care what people think, at least be willing to be able to cook for yourself. And if by chance you don’t want to do that, well have a great life being fat and unhealthy with all of the bullshit you must be eating! **Keep in mind the title of my blog** Let's Keep It Authentic
I support being a strong independent woman to the fullest extent but for goodness sake please be well rounded! There is no greater feeling than being able to say “I can do it all and when I can’t, I’ll learn.” There’s nothing wrong with taking CARE of your man. There’s only something wrong when you take care of EVERY man. Learn to love you and just choose wisely who you show your love and affection to, and then maybe you’ll never have to say “I will never cook for a man.”