Kinder, Küche, Kirche: Returning To Tradition As A Revolutionary Act

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In today’s world, feminism has her ugly claws in every aspect of society: from the arts to the sciences and from the cubicle to the kitchen. Women are bombarded with reasons as to why we should feel guilty for being “the fairer sex” and how we should work to destroy our own feminine identities. These women, men, and otherwise gendered/genderless creatures fancy themselves to be revolutionaries who fight the good fight against the patriarchy and a host of other imagined evils. We have let them live in this fantasy for far too long. Now that their movement has become the mainstream, it is time for a new one to rise up and take its place; to bury the putrescent, hulking ogre that is the feminist movement and replace it once more with that which is proper and good.

The phrase “Kinder, Küche, Kirche” is a german phrase that translates to “children, kitchen, church.” Though it predates Hitler, it was used in the Third Reich to define the role of women: to bear children, to keep the home, and to attend to religious duties.  It is comparable to the English phrase “barefoot and pregnant” and the Japanese phrase “Good wife, wise mother.” Though they are from vastly different cultures and parts of the world, they properly illustrate the role of the woman in society as wives and mothers. It’s almost as if women have a ubiquitous role in developed cultures… almost as if it was natural for women to behave this way.

But to prove me wrong, I would like you to look up those three phrases on wikipedia. You will notice that they share a few things in common: First, the introduction to the article tells you how very terrible and oppressive the phrase is, and secondly, you are told to “See Also: Sexism, patriarchy, and antifeminism.” The harder you look, the more often you will find a violent contempt for anything that is healthy in the feminist movement which is becoming more mainstream by the day. To pretend that feminists are still the underdogs or that they do not pose a threat to traditional women is foolish. Feminism is a plague that attacks the natural dignity of our sex and must be fought against tooth and nail.

This leads us to the question of: How? How on earth could we fight against this violent monster who exists without morals? The simple answer is to become everything that they rally against, and take as many others with us as we can. Dress modestly, behave with morals, learn traditionally feminine skills, and have the time of your life doing it! When your peers talk about their nights of clubbing and wild sex: shun them. Let everyone know that what they are doing is not okay. At the end of the day, humans are very susceptible to peer pressure and we must always look to exploit that weakness to save those who have gone astray.

On top of leading a proper social life, it is essential that traditional women work to settle down and start a family as soon as possible. Finding a suitable man and marrying young is the best thing that a woman can do for herself and her future offspring. Have as many children as you can bear and live a fulfilling traditional life while grinning at the feminists who live alone in their caves with their cats and their 300lbs of “body positivity.” Eventually, they will breed themselves out so long as we ensure that the next generation is not infected by this disease that is spread by these bitter creatures alongside the jewish media.

Embrace the concept of “Kinder, Küche, Kirche,” and let it guide you to a more fulfilling life. Even if, like myself, you aren’t a Christian, let whatever faith you adhere to mold you into a better woman. The road can be lonely at times, and often it seems like any friends you may make in the movement are worlds away, but it is nonetheless a path worth taking. Fighting back against feminism by having real, meaningful connections with others and respecting yourself will always lead you in the right direction. If you’re ever feeling down, just remember: At least you don’t have pink hair and go by the pronouns of xe/xem/xey!


Sieg Heil!


2 thoughts on “Kinder, Küche, Kirche: Returning To Tradition As A Revolutionary Act

  1. Wonderful article! Usually having dressed casually and modern, I’ve recently turned to more modest and traditional dress. I don’t know… lately I’ve been rather cynical, I suppose, about how femininity and proper dress is treated by young people, especially those at my college. And yet I see them either dressing as you say, with pink hair and ratty clothes with cartoon characters on them, or dressing with such high shorts and such low tops that they might as well just walk around naked.

    I’ve grown disenchanted with the idea that this is okay, and I’ve changed my own dress so that I’m not accociated with any of them. Now I know that I am superior, in a way, and dressing more formally is something I quite enjoy. I feel good about myself and I look proper and pretty. 🙂

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    • Thanks for the comment, Anna! I’m always pleased to hear that a lady has decided she’s had enough of the cult of laziness that prevails in the clothing choices of the average woman! In equal measure, I am happy to know that it’s had such a positive effect on how you view yourself.


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