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[–] Sarcastatron_9000 [S] 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

Have you seen any of her other work? She sews her own clothes, including lingerie which is bloody hard to do. She paints, she's a photographer, and she makes the most incredible cakes and cookies and pies - each one is a work of art. She's ridiculously talented, and she triggers a lot of insecure women.

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[–] GiantComet2016 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Is it so impossible to believe that some women are happy with that kind of arrangement? I work a full time job, keep myself fit, just wrapped up a bachelors degree, and squeeze in time for household chores/cooking for my husband. I also crochet, enjoy creating art (mixed media) and am slowly teaching myself to sew. I'm having fun but I guess I'm "oppressed" and "dangerous". Wtf?

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[–] Sarcastatron_9000 [S] 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

You're preaching to the choir. ;) I have been a homemaker since we got home from our honeymoon almost 15 years ago. I love it. I have a part-time job now, and as much as I enjoy it, it still can't hold a candle to my family and my hobbies (I'm a dancer). There's nothing wrong with being a working woman but there's also nothing wrong with being at home, being domestic, caring for your family as your primary focus. If only feminists really mean it when they say they want women to be free to make their own choices! It's not true for a lot of them.

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[–] GiantComet2016 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

For real! If/when we have children I'm planning on staying home/homeschooling. Trying to save now :) It will feel so much more rewarding to me than the corporate grind, I know that!!

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[–] nrlftw ago 

What's that woman's name again?

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[–] Sarcastatron_9000 [S] 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Christine H. McConnell (I hope I spelled that right!).