My fighting for mothers is often misunderstood as feminism – I am not a feminist. Feminism has to do with succeeding by standing in your masculine power e.g. a feminist will tell a man that she can open the door for herself and that she does not want him to open a door for her. This is a stance motivated by fear that if she allowed the man to open the door for her then she will have to submit to him. If I cannot succeed by standing in my feminine power then I am not interested in that kind of success. I understand why women turn feminists; because of the constant battle for equality. I have big dreams and hope to achieve them as a proud grandmother, mother, wife and business woman standing in my feminine power. This does not mean that I ignore my masculine power, but, it is to be the shadow of my being and not the body. Feminism originated as a white female supremacy and nowadays they join forces with white male supremacy to destroy mainly-mothers who find themselves, by choice or circumstance, in a less fortunate position than they are. Simply said, feminism is not my style.
|Susanna Susara Kruger||
Author, Speaker, Educator & Entrepreneur