March For Life, Washington, D.C. 2020

Good afternoon, ladies! This is Mary from The Young Lady’s Journal. In light of the upcoming March For Life in Washington, D.C., I’d like to talk about being pro-life in the world today.

Before I get into it, I just have to say, I’m so excited to go to my first March For Life in Washington!

Now we all know that the Left is pushing for “reproductive rights”. What they don’t tell you is these aren’t “rights” at all. This is enslaving men and women to sex and lust, and taking away the right to life from their unborn children.

I’ve attached a video here of Doctor Anthony Levatino, Obstetrician/Gynecologist. He explains the abortion procedure.

After watching the video, if you haven’t already, I’d like to know your thoughts. Feel free to comment below.

Abortion is murder. There is nothing that will change that. It’s human sacrifice. Abortion is proof that people would rather kill their baby than change their ways. They sacrifice a child, in defiance of the natural order of God, so that they have sexual “freedom”.

If you’re not pro-life, you should be. In the season of the pro-life movement, I’d like to encourage you all to watch the movie Unplanned, which is about former Planned Parenthood employee, Abby Johnson.

I hope I haven’t offended anyone, and even if I have, I don’t care. I am Pro-Life, and proudly so.

Good afternoon, and my God bless you!

I’ll see you all next time on The Young Lady’s Journal!

Why Motherhood is The Most Important Job

Good afternoon, ladies! This is Mary from The Young Lady’s Journal! Today I’m going to tackle a topic I feel is commonly overlooked by people today. So buckle up, and I hope you enjoy it!

In this day and age, everyone is pushing for “gender equality”, as if we don’t already have it. Not that there isn’t sexism in the workplace, among other settings, but as a general rule, there really isn’t. In fact, there are many professions that are heavily female. But there’s one job in particular that is 100% female, and there’s a counterpart which is 100% male.

Without them, there’s no us. No society. No people.

These jobs are motherhood and fatherhood. Big surprise, right?

But it’s true. Society would cease to exist if mothers and fathers ceased to do their job. That is, conceive, bear, and rear (raise) children.

I would even say that these two jobs are the most important. We have a duty to uphold the commandments given us by God, and we have a purpose, a duty, to raise our children to do so as well.

As a woman, what better purpose than to fulfill our womanhood by marrying a man, cooking for him, cleaning the home he provided for his wife and raising his children?

We’re built in a very special and particular way. God made us unique from men, in that we can conceive, carry and grow a child inside of us for nine months. That’s a human. That’s the product of love. Not only the love of a man and a woman, but of God.

It’s more crucial then ever to be sure to give them the time and attention they need, because this world is full of wolves who only want to gain more souls.

Is there anything more honorable than accepting the role designed for us by God?

Good afternoon! Be sure to keep tuned for more articles, and I’ll see you next time!

True Femininity

Have you ever noticed how women who dress with dignity command a certain respect?

When a man is walking in the grocery store, and he sees a woman dressed “provocatively,” or immodestly, he watches her. And when she looks, he looks away, because he doesn’t want her to see the way he was looking at her. Why is that? Because it wasn’t with any sort of reverence. And you can all say, “Well, he should respect her anyway,” but it’s not so easy. Because she obviously doesn’t respect herself or him, how is he expected to respect her?

Then he will continue to watch her, because she left so little to the imagination. And this could be the best man you know, by the way. It’s the way they’re hard wired. They can’t help themselves.

When a woman is dressed modestly, the man will make eye contact, nod as he passes, and give her space. If he turns to watch as she passes, it’s out of respect. She clearly has a dignity the first woman didn’t have. She commands respect.

Ladies, men need our help. They not only need us to hold them to a higher standard, they need us to help them to see us purely. I don’t think we realize just how much this will change in our culture.

The word, “chivalry” comes from the French word, in the Middle Ages, meaning the proper way to treat a horse.

Chivalry is basically the man’s code of conduct toward a woman.

I know that some of you are thinking, “Well that’s terrible, why would they compare us to a horse?”

My response is, “You clearly aren’t familiar with horses.”

A knight had to treat his horse as royalty. He had to earn his trust. He had to treat him as an equal. He had to treat him as a faithful and trusted friend and partner. If he didn’t have the horse’s respect (not submission), the horse wouldn’t carry him into battle, knowing fully well he may not make it out.

And in this same way, a man must provide for his woman, he must treat her as royalty. Open doors, provide living space, treat her as an equal. As a trusted and faithful friend and partner.

He needs a good partner to go into battle with. Not battle of the flesh, of course, but of the spirit.

And in exchange for the superior treatment we receive, what are we to do? Everything our man can’t. There’s a reason men are stereotyped as slobs and bad cooks. Not to say men can’t cook, but most can’t.

We cook food, we clean, we bear children. We treat the man as our equal. As our partner. But partners aren’t meant to do all the same things. No, their strengths and weaknesses are complementary. They fit together as two puzzle pieces.

God knew what He was doing in creating man and woman as He did.

Hey, Guys!

As my first post, I’d like to just introduce myself and give a quick introduction to my site.

My name is Mary, and I am a devout Catholic. I’m not here to tell you how to live, what to believe, or to share my political views. I’m here to share in the fullness of traditional femininity and masculinity. I want to talk about what it means to be a lady and what our standards should be.

We live in a culture with little to no standards of proper behavior and treatment between women and men. I hope to be able to shed some light on the stigma in our way of life, and to provide a guide on how to face it and defy it.

Peter Kreeft said, “In an age that has thrown off all tradition, the only rebellion possible is orthodoxy.”

In an introduction, I feel it’s impossible to expound on such a deep quote fully, therefore I will in another article in the future. I don’t mean to start right off by boring you to death or jumping in a little too deeply a little too quickly.

I don’t want to sit here and talk about myself, so I’ll keep this brief. I merely hope to be able to bring clarity and perhaps make a difference, however small.

may God bless you and I’ll see you next time!

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