Stay-at-home moms: you don’t owe the world an explanation

This is a post that all stay at home moms need to read. So many times people are quick to judge stay at home moms by accusing them of not contributing to society, wasting their education, being overweight welfare queens-wait you get the gist of what I’m saying.
We need more people and especially men who are man enough to respect the stay at home moms of the world. What we don’t need is the drivel that the woman who wrote the post that Matt Walsh is referring to. Trust me when he says “Here it is: don’t pay any attention to people like this.”. I made the mistake of reading the blog he referenced and I wish I never had. I had only read the first three paragraphs before I started getting mad and by the time I finished reading this mindless trash I was one hundred percent irate.
So here is Matt Walsh’s awesome rebuttal to Amy Glass’s “I Look Down On Young Women With Husbands And Kids And I’m Not Sorry.”

The Matt Walsh Blog

To stay-at-home moms:

Once, several months ago, I wrote this post about you. It was a simple expression of gratitude for stay-at-home moms, particularly my wife.

It got some attention. It was viewed around three million times in two days, in fact.

Truth be told, I never intended to be an official spokesman for SAHMS across the nation. You do not require my services, nor am I equipped to provide them. Plenty of you can eloquently defend your vocation, and because you have experience in the arena, you can do so more richly and convincingly than I ever could.

I’m just a guy who loves his wife and appreciates the sacrifices she makes for the family. That’s really the entirety of my insight into this subject.

So it’s with appropriate hesitancy that I offer just one suggestion to all of you.

Here it is: don’t pay any attention to people like this.

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One response to “Stay-at-home moms: you don’t owe the world an explanation

  1. Rob

    Thanks for posting this. I read her article from a stay at home dad’s perspective — given her attitude, I doubt she understands my role either. Which is fine. If you’re interested, I just posted a response from a different angle. Thanks again for the post!

    http://www.weefivefamily.com/simplicity-of-being-dad/

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