Is it normal to want to be a submissive house wife?

Hey so I'm 27, a single mom and I have found that feminism has really fucked me over. Made me think I wanted something I didn't, and now all I want is to be a house wife for a good dominant man who has traditional values, but none seem to exist. I'm naturally submissive, but every guy I date seems to be submissive too.

Is It Normal?
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  • God damn if I found a woman like that in this day of age I would be estatic. There is nothing wrong with filling our biological rolls nor feeling good about them. Domestic males live five years less then their bread winning counterparts we need a reason to live and a bread winner is our most fulfilling task.

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    • I wish I could find a man with your attitude. Most men aren't big on the idea of a submissive woman or a woman who wants to take care of the home instead of work

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  • Be careful what you wish for.

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  • It's normal. That's what I want from a woman.

    Yes, women do have a choice and can go and be ruthless CEOs, lawyers and all that goodness, but why is being a house wife seen as something bad? Something less... Is caring for your home and your man that bad? Do we not deserve to come home to a loving wife and a cozy home?

    Also a house wive can earn some money on the side from home.
    My mom worked as a translator for a company, translating documents from German to Bulgarian and vice versa before her and my dad got married. After that she became a house wife, but still continued translating documents for companies from home. She continued to do that up until 2002.

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    • I wouldn't want to be a ruthless CEO, or a lawyer regardless of my gender, or gender roles for that matter. I think the thing that is perplexing to many modern people is not the housewife bit, but the notion of being submissive.

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  • Lol so fake. We get it, you're a conservative "anti-feminist" bandwagoner. Nothing special here; hence, you're single.

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    • Where have all the gentleman gone... Lol

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      • I guess they've all gone with grown up women who don't require a daddy to give them their allowance and praise for basic housekeeping.

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        • Yeah... I was making a joke... That's what those kind of girls always say

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          • sorry, i meant that in response to their logic ..oops

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            • An apology from someone on the internet!? You must be one of those elusive gentlemen that these women speak of... The legend told that you would come...

              It's almost as if there are nice people everywhere and the people who say there are no gentleman left are just complete dickheads.

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  • Yes thats normal.

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  • I'm sure you'll find someone ;)

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  • My mom has been a housewife all her life, but she's NEVER been submissive.

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  • Submissive house wifes in age of 27 are sexy af.

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  • And I like dominating

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  • See the submissive i can understand but the housewife part? You do you I guess, if someone treated me like a maid it would be a sure fire way to piss me off. I barely like cleaning my own messes let alone others. But i love baking haha just the dishes afterward blahh

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  • No it is not normal, submissive females is something from an other decade, dominant females are normal today

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    • I'm fairly dominant at work (not aggressive, but I'm physically stronger than many girls I work with) but at home I love being submissive to a man that understands limits, safewords, and aftercare.

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