Women have been fighting for their rights for the last 200 years. In many ways, we have progressed by leaps and bounds. We can vote, own property, have a job, make our own money, go to school, and are no longer sent to a looney bin for saying no to our dads or husbands. However, when it comes to domestic abuse, there is still a long way to go before the law and society catches up to where we should be.
So this may be an unpopular opinion, and if I'm going to be honest, I didn't think this way until after I had a baby and started having to deal with a P.O.S. baby daddy. I believe that (in most cases) mothers deserve more rights/ automatic rights than the father. I know, "Woah, woah what?? What kind of bra burning, man hating, feminist bullshit is this!?"
Let's just start this off by saying I'm not one of those polygamist's that believe in marrying 5 people and living in some sort of weird cult world. This isn't Sister Wives; I believe that, like all mammals, our biology tells us to create as many children with as many people as possible in order to create more life. Mammals are made to have sex and have babies. I am not trying to say there is no other purpose to our life, I just mean on a strictly biological level that's what our bodies want to do.
As a single young person I found cooking tedious and time consuming. I much preferred to spend my time talking to people, doing school work or binge watching Netflix. However, after having a baby I decided that learning to cook and bake would be important for many reasons and here is why: