Linda Mtoba advises girls and women to diversify their marriage

Linda Mtoba advises girls and women to diversify their marriage

Actress Linda Mtoba has called out women who shame her for selecting a less traditional path as a wife and mom.

Linda Mtoba advises girls and women to diversify their marriage

Taking to Twitter, the previous Isibaya actress went on a mini-rant about how other women judge her for not being “domesticated”. The star reminded her fans that ladies should be respected for whatever paths they choose in life.

“We all have different lifestyle choices. I like better to cook once I desire it. It’s not a chore I want to try to do a day. I don’t need to prove my worth through domestication. albeit I hated it and didn’t want to try to to it’s my option to make,” wrote Linda.

Linda said domestication, or being a standard homemaker, should not be considered the be-all and end-all of a “perfect” marriage.

“Woman must stop this notion of domestication as a badge of honor, especially in marriage. Let other women be. Our love languages aren’t equivalent. Our marriages aren’t an equivalent, a number of our husbands wish to see us relaxing & pampered being soft,” she said.

Tweeps resonated with Linda’s sentiments, with many describing the pressures of being women themselves.

Here are a number of responses:

The star hasn’t been shy to share her opinions on the expectations on women and marriage within the past.

In an interview with TshisaLIVE, Linda spoke about being a wife after getting married to hubby Steven Meyer.

She shared the teachings she has learned through her whirlwind romance.

“Being married has taught me such a lot about myself, a bit like my acting has. a day it seems like I’m a part of an excellent romance. My marriage and my career are my core focus and in both, I aim to grow more, learn more and love more,” she said.

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