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Cancel Cult Goes after ‘Trad Wives’ for Romanticizing ‘Sexism,’ ‘Racism’

'The new trend for submissive women has a dark heart and history... '

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) A relatively new trend that has taken TikTok by storm and showcases women who have had the audacity to embrace the role of homemakers, so-called  traditional (trad) wives, has sent the leftist establishment into a frenzy.

These trad wives became viral on TikTok, showing the life of woman who “prefers to take a traditional or ultra-traditional role in marriage, including the beliefs that a woman’s place is in the home,” said TikToker Estee Williams.

The Left exploded in hysterics and alarm, according to the New York Post.

“The new trend for submissive women has a dark heart and history,” one headline from The Guardian read.

Hypebae also published an article, in which the author claimed that the TikTok videos were “disturbing,”

“[They] typically feature cis straight white women, longing for the ’50s – an era where some women could opt out of participating in the corporate working world and be stay-at-home mothers instead.”

Grazia magazine went as far as to accuse the trend of “romanticizing an era where sexism and racism ruled.”

The backlash was misguided, Williams said.

“It doesn’t mean that we are trying to take away what women fought for. There are a lot of people trying to make this a sinister thing or put some other, darker meaning behind the term ‘trad wife.’ Nobody is doing that,” Williams said in a September TikTok video.

“No trad wife TikToker is saying every woman’s place is in their home. We, as individuals are just choosing to be homemakers. That’s all.”

She also added that being a trad wife is not a movement but rather a lifestyle that shows that women are not less important than their husbands because they submit to them but rather complementary to them.

The trad wife videos show women baking, sweeping floors and trying on mid-century-style dresses as they talk about how they were finally liberated from the tight grip of one of communism’s children, feminism. Some of these women mention the Bible to point out that, from the biblical perspective, a woman is supposed to be a homemaker.

Some women, like TikToker Madison Dastrup, decided to not pursue this lifestyle, citing white supremacy.

“… the extremists within the trad wife community really just started taking over the entire community as a whole, condoning white supremacy.”

Headline USA’s Mark Pellin contributed to this report

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