Elora, Bre & Rebecca – Femininity in the Modern World

Elora is also known as The Blonde Buttermaker. She is a mother of 2, homemaker, blogger, and YouTuber. She promotes vibrant living by reconnecting to our roots with traditional foods.

Bre Faucheux is an author and YouTuber. When she’s not writing or making videos for the Alt Right you can find her working out or playing with new Cajun recipes.

Rebecca is also known as Blonde in the Belly of the Beast. She’s a conservative millennial dame living in the liberal hellscape of Seattle & speaking out against globalism, feminism, Islam & government corruption.

Elora, Bre, and Rebecca joins us for an insightful and informative show on femininity, homemaking, and marriage in the modern world. We begin by discussing how romance has suffered under a stifling status quo. Next, we discuss dating, and the importance of being straightforward with a prospective partner. We then talk about motherhood. The ladies agree that the medical community is rife with fearmongering – especially when it comes to giving birth past a certain age. Later, we talk about true femininity, the dynamics of a traditional marriage, divorce, and much more. Our show concludes with a consideration on how men can effectively red-pill their wives or girlfriends.

Guest’s Websites: https://theblondebuttermaker.wordpress.com/

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