Throughout human history, women have longed for the day that they would meet the man of their dreams. A man who would make their hearts beat swiftly, a man who would fill their days with joy, a man who would kiss them softly and love and protect them for all of the days of their lives.
This is just how nature works. Girls have always wanted to fall in love with a wonderful guy. Each girl develops her own vision of her perfect man and sets her own criteria for an ideal mate. One girl may see her ideal man as a “knight in shining armor.” Another may wish that he were “tall, dark and handsome.” A different young girl may only care that he’s “dreamy.” Or, as in my case, all I wanted as a naive 15-year-old, was for the guy to be 6′ tall, have a nickname and be able to drive a four-speed. In time, that’s exactly what I got. But as ridiculous as those desires sound today, I’ve never regretted them because my guy not only came with those parameters but with so much more as well. So, set your standards for your prince, preferably higher than mine (although even those proved ample) and stick to them, because remember, “You reap what you sow.”
Unfortunately, lesbian-based, radical, second-wave feminism academia has been trying desperately to side-track this natural desire in young women for 45 years, with disturbing results. The saddest of which is the loss of the ability to have a family of their own, as these brainwashed women waste their precious youth concentrating on their career!
Despite radical feminism’s rantings to the contrary, the innate desire in girls to find the perfect guy, to fall in love, marry and have children, has been a force to be reckoned with for thousands of years. And. it can’t be ignored without calamitous results. Feminists have done their level-best to train young women to ignore, demean, or worse yet, to deny this universally accepted behavior in women. And they have been very successful in their efforts and as a result, we are living with the outcome of those irrational priorities and suffering their chilling effects – there are a lot of miserable, unhappy women walking around today.
Even the “smart” college women at Princeton are now afraid to voice their desires to marry, as 1977 alum Susan Patton discovered last April during a Women’s Leadership Conference on the Princeton campus. The letter she wrote to the editor of the campus The Daily Princetonian newspaper concerning her discovery and, advising the young women to find a husband while at college, set off a nation-wide firestorm of controversy with radical feminists rushing into full, battle gear.
This situation is ridiculous! Young women and their parents have been intimidated by radical, second-wave feminism into believing that career is more important than marriage! When in fact, what gives women more happiness – college or kids? We all know the answer. Why are we continuing with this charade?
The truth is most women do not want to sacrifice a family of their own, for a career. It’s as simple as that. Women can always get a job. But, they cannot always find a great guy, get married and have kids because the truth is, that the older women become, the harder it is to find a mate. No one can afford to waste those few critical years (between the ages of 20 and 30) futzing around with some pointless career while their biological clock keeps ticking.
So, how about trying it the proven, old-fashioned way instead – get married and have kids while you are young and then get a job when the kids are grown! It will save your sanity and you’ll have no regrets. Statistics show women with children never have a straight career path anyway. They always take time off for their kids. So, why torture yourself? because some radical feminist, who made all the wrong choices, now wants you to join her? Don’t be the same fool she was! Find a nice Christian guy and fall desperately in love and then stick with him! Unlike the radical feminists, he will never let you down.
Snow White had it right all along. Follow your heart because, if you do, someday your prince will come too.