Readers of Rantifestos,
Mark and I are both guys, therefore, it's difficult to accurately portray issues from a woman's perspective. Fortunately, Mary Kassian has done it for us on Desiring God.
In light of yesterdays post, she provides a beautiful view on Biblical womanhood and how it looks in a society that is so apposed to Scripture and its teachings on this issue of manhood and womanhood.
"We Can Do It!" (Can't We?)
Trading June Cleaver for Carrie BradshawAs an old, archived 1972 Time magazine article lamented,
By all rights, the American woman today should be the happiest in history. She is healthier than U.S. women have ever been, better educated, more affluent, better dressed, more comfortable, wooed by advertisers, pampered by gadgets. But there is a worm in the apple. She is restless in her familiar familial role, no longer quite content with the homemaker-wife-mother part in which her society has cast her.*