Tradwife Trend? Survey Finds Young Women Prefer Femininity Over Feminism

Tierin-Rose Mandelburg | April 5, 2024
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One of the only things that wake me up every day is the idea that one day I’ll get to homeschool my kids, honor God and serve my husband. Though that more biblical role is frowned upon by progressives who think women have to work a 9-5 to be worth anything, many women are waking up to what our natural, God-designed role as women is supposed to be.

A survey conducted by the Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women and steered by GOP campaign consultant Kellyanne Conway’s company KAConsulting, LLC, indicated that young women nowadays prefer femininity and tradition over feminism. 

The Clare Boothe Luce Center surveyed 800 young women between the ages of 18-24 years old, only to find 82% of them admitted that they consider themselves more aligned with “femininity,” and only 50% consider themselves "feminists." Additionally, 79% agreed that women who are stay-at-home moms can be “just as successful as a woman who chooses to be in a professional field.”

The survey also asked participants about their top political issues, what they seek in life, and about equality. Thirty-two percent of women surveyed said that abortion was the top issue for them, followed by the economy and inflation. The survey also found many women say they're seeking marriage, buying a home, having children and the prioritization of time with friends and family.

One more interesting component of the survey was that a vast majority of women, regardless of political party affiliation, agreed that it is unfair to have biological males compete in female sports.

Take that Lia Thomas!

Related: What's a 'Tradwife,' And Why Is It So Popular?

This study comes at the foothills of a recently re-popularized phenomenon. The idea of a “tradwife” is trending on social media because women are waking up to the fact that traditional roles for men and women prove to be incredibly beneficial. Just look at the pros: a mom doesn’t have to work an eight-hour shift just to cover the cost of child care, they can have a say about what is taught to their children, and can serve their families better with the flexibility of being at home, among many other pros.

While this lifestyle isn’t for everyone and some girls are destined to be professional boss babes, this traditional sense of life, with femininity at its core is really making a comeback - and honestly, I couldn’t be happier.

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