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Are Modern Women: Mother, Father, Husband, And Wife?

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Has ménage become taboo for the average adult? Traditional styles of living in the present; some are saying It's a burden.

ATLANTA - eTradeWire -- By: Liam Westra of British News

"I'm a modern woman in the sense of I take care of myself, I'm fiercely independent, and I'm really ambitious. Yet I have these old-school thoughts in my mind." - Eva Mendes

In July 1848, a movement began called women's rights. This event was held at Seneca Falls, New York. A woman named Elizabeth Cady Stanton, drafted a declaration for every woman's cause for equal rights. Women began to establish women-only organizations, and slowly gravitated outside of traditional roles of wife, and mother. This new movement grew to eco-feminism; it connected a female to nature itself, and it was said that it was woman's right to have a equal stake in the world, and in some ideologies a better fit to govern economically. In the 1990's, a new movement emerged called universal womanhood. It developed feminine behaviors into man-like mannerisms. According to the Center Of Disease Control, there were 3,745,540 births in 2019 for the United States; 1 percent lower than 2018. National Kids Statistics reported for 2019, births in the Negro race were 576,685 at 15 percent. In the Hispanic community the births were 886,467 at 24 percent, and 1,954,153 at 52 percent for Caucasoids. Are the modern Negro women the reason why we are failing as a race asked Kevin Samuels, a coaching specialist, and media host. In 2019, the Negroid Race in U.S. population was 13%, and the Caucasoid Race in U.S. population was 76%. A dying race indeed! The Bureau of Labor Statistics records have revealed that Negro, and Caucasian women earnings started to decrease in the year of 2004. From that date up to 2019 the earning increase was just 3 percent. That weekly median salary was $704.00. Is an ego worth more than a whole race? In 2019, a study by the National Retail Federation revealed that 84 percent of people celebrate mother's day, but only 76 percent for fathers. The women celebrate father's day mostly, because they see themselves as the father says the Buddy With Organization of the United Kingdom.

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"Once they choose money over family all that support their family can provide will go away. With the money all they feel is like they are waiting there by themselves to die." - John Gaquin by Teen Ink


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