How to Be a Housewife and a Feminist at the Same Time

I am a housewife. Well, I have a set of four-year-old twins, so, technically, that makes me a stay-at-home mom. And I do a lot freelance for pennies from my comfy orange couch in the living room, which I suppose makes me a work-at-home mom. I also go to grad school, so I guess I, instead, could define myself as a student. A studentlike, work-while-staying-at-home mom who cooks and cleans....more
I love this. I don't struggle with being home at all. I love it way more than I ever loved my ...more

The Real Housewives of Atlanta?


With all the money that these women have, why do they not spend it on getting the ghetto hood ...more

I ain't no housewife

My friend recently told me she’s a good wife, but not a good housewife. It got me thinking (always a dangerous pastime in our home)—what the heck is a housewife? I mean, I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty sure I married a man, not the outrageously over-priced tract house with the world’s most minuscule kitchen in which we currently reside. Although I suppose I could be wrong—we did have a helluva lot of booze at our wedding. ...more