Warning: This post discusses Mental Health- especially Suicide. If you are uncomfortable with or do not with to see this sort of content, please do not click the “Read More”. Continue reading “Why Is Everything So Heavy?”
A Botanist’s Vocabulary: 1300 Terms Explained and Illustrated
Susan K. Pell and Bobbi Angell Continue reading “[Review] A Botanist’s Vocabulary: 1300 Terms Explained and Illustrated”
I’m a sucker for female fronted rock bands of various stripes. I don’t know why, but I just am. Groups like Halestorm and Paramore, however, are already relatively well known. This week, I thought I’d share some equally interesting female fronted, Rock Dominant Bands with somewhat similar sounds. Continue reading “Music Monday: RVLS, Anavae, PVRIS”
The FCC’s Open Internet Rules (net neutrality rules) are extremely important to me. I urge you to protect them- and I do so because they affect me, like millions of other Americans. Continue reading “An Open Letter about Net Neutrality”
As a traditionally feminine woman who strives daily to perfect that stereotypical image of the 1950’s housewife, I have to deal with a lot of different things. Unfortunately, one of those things includes a large number of people regularly degrading my favorite decade at every conceivable turn- especially when it comes to my interest in trying to emulate that. Continue reading “The Truth of the 1950’s Housewife”
Ever since I began researching Beauty (and later Febas), and its role as a spiritual Virtue in Irish Polytheism, I’ve become sort of entranced by the idea of ladyship; I’ve given it a lot of thought over the last year, and I’ve come to several conclusions about it. Most notable among these conclusions, is that the concept of ladyship that we subscribe to today is about as far removed from its historical employment as a tree is from a frog. Continue reading “What it Really Means to be Ladylike”
While I have moved away from calling myself things like a “Modern Gender Traditionalist” over that last year, I still participate in what is arguably a traditional marriage relationship and a traditionally female role in life. Unfortunately, it’s been a while since I wrote on anything related to the Traditionalism I originally built this blog around- and for that I apologize. Things haven’t been easy over the last year, but I’m hoping to get back into the swing of things soon… Starting with talking about something that bothers me quite often concerning some (unfortunately) fairly common relationship advice.
I’ve touched on it before briefly, but after reading a different article today I’ve decided to remove its mentions from the original posts, and talk about it in a post of its own; it’s an important topic that I feel needs to be addressed a bit more in depth than in passing mention. Continue reading “Genuine Communication and the Role of Negativity in Relationships”
I asked Tumblr for new Music and I was not disappointed. Continue reading “Music Monday: Twin Wild, Lower than Atlantis, and Young Rising Sons”
I trawl through various Feminine tags quite often- whether it’s Femininity, Feminism, Gender Traditionalism, or any related tag that will deliver the content that I crave. During one such trawl today, however, I stumbled across two articles with a similar theme to them: That Femininity is weakness.
Continue reading “Gendered Personalities: Femininity is not Weakness”
Don’t Gender Traditionalism and Feminism conflict with one another? Do I still follow all societal Gender traditions? Are there some which I don’t follow anymore? If so, what are they? Why do or don’t I follow them still? These are all really good questions that I get asked on a regular basis. Surprisingly, the answer to a lot of them is a bit more simple than you would think! Continue reading “Juggling Feminism and Tradition”