Is every woman meant to be a mother? Let’s discuss

As a thirty five year old woman I must admit I enjoy being childless. When I was in my twenties all I ever heard from people is “ you need to have some kids, at least one”, and it would piss me off. I wanted to fire back with “who the hell are you to tell me what to do with my body?”. Women are consistently reminded that their place in life is to be a wife and a mother. I think not. Society never does not that to men. They never ask them when are they going to be a husband and father. Think about it, how often have you heard that in your life?

Any way moving right along to my discussion, every woman is not meant to a parent. I for one have never been excited about the idea of waking up in the middle of the night to a screaming child or having to make financial sacrifices. Speaking of financial sacrifices according to an article posted by the Huffington post it cost a total of $200,000 plus dollars to raise a child. That’s the cost of only one child, but when you start tagging on two, three and more it gets even more expensive which is another reason I did not want to have children.

To be a parent means to sacrifice. Sacrifice your time, your health and your money. God forbid if you are a single parent with a child, let alone a child with special needs. Some women are not meant to be mothers. Some of use have different callings in our life and that does not always mean being a mother.

Enjoying the benefits of traveling without having to find a babysitter, living a free life without being tied down is a great experience. To any young woman reading this, never allow older people to make you feel like you should rush your life to be a mother. That’s your life and your life only. You reserve the right to live how you want, they have lived their life now it’s your turn. You want to be able to say before you die “I did it may way”. Family are the worst influencers due to putting pressure on young women to tell them when are they going to have kids, when are they going to get married and I simply would respond “If you want children than you are more than welcome to have some on your own”. I find it very interesting no one ever ask men when are you going to become a father or a husband?

Actress Jennifer Aniston said it best in her recent Huffington Post article “The objectification and scrutiny we put women through is absurd and disturbing. We are complete with or without a mate, with or without a child,” and I couldn’t agree more.
Down below you will find female condoms parent or not it’s our job as women to protect our self. Be blessed my loves.

Rose.HIs every woman meant to be a mother? Let’s discuss
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Can you have an STD and not know?

This post is dedicated to women who are not aware of the term asymptomatic. The term refers to people who are carrying diseases, STD’s, HIV. Speaking of HIV, did you know one can carry the disease for up to 10 years being asymptomatic( showing no symptoms, looks and feels perfectly healthy while effecting others with the virus).

This brings me to say over the years I have heard other women complain the men they are dating won’t wear condoms because they want the real feel or they got tested for STD’s, and HIV but he won’t show there documentation proving he is not carrying an STD and yet these women have been affected by an STD because they went along with it.

Ladies common sense comes before sex. Your in control, never allow someone to pressure you in to having sex without using protection, demand to know his statues by getting tested together and seeing the proof for yourself. Always remember that one can be asymptomatic meaning they can have an STD and show zero symptoms until they have unprotected sex and affect someone would only be the way they find out they have an STD. Love yourself enough to get tested and use a condom.

Please share your thoughts on this past and share your advice, maybe able to help someone.

Rose.HCan you have an STD and not know?
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