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(FOX) Women who choose to stay at home to care for their families and households are hardly unique to American society, but social media users today appear fascinated with “tradwives” (short for traditional wives) and the lifestyle content they’re creating for others.
That fascination has shown itself largely through negative commentary.
“Many [people have] questioned the tradwife philosophy and why any sentient being would adhere to it,” said Deborah Etienne, a content specialist from Boston.
“Many others [have] deemed the trend alarming, frightening, creepy, a too-good-to-be-true alternative to life, a way to cheat your way out of hard work, a form of anti-worker activity similar to union busting and a ‘White supremacy’ concept,” Etienne also told Fox News Digital in an interview.
But those who practice the tradwife lifestyle are pushing back on the critics. Said one tradwife from…‘Tradwives’ push back against critics who say their viral homemaking lifestyle is ‘alarming’ and ‘creepy’ | Fox News