Mum raising her daughter to be 'traditional wife' and 'depend' on her future husband
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One tradwife has caused quite a heated debate online after revealing her controversial parenting style.
The mum, Jasmine Dinis who goes by the handle @jasminedinis2 online, regularly posts on social media about her family life, living situation, daily routines and her marriage, and it seems one video in particular has proved to be quite divisive.
Jasmine shared with her 46.3k followers how she plans on raising her daughter to be a 'traditional wife' and 'depend' on her future husband, and viewers haven't held back with their thoughts on the matter.
The video showed Jasmine, who says she 'submits' to her husband, holding her toddler in the kitchen while they baked together with the overlay text reading: "I'm teaching my daughter that it's perfectly acceptable to depend on a man.
"That being a home maker is the number one career she should strive for and that serving her husband and bearing children will be her greatest joy."
Jasmine captioned the TikTok: "In a world full of women teaching their children that their only goal is to go to university, get a good job and make money, I’m teaching my little girl to live a slow life, to be a biblical women that wants a husband & a beautiful family that she can serve daily.
"That joy comes from God & family, not from a career."
The short clip has since gone viral after clocking up over 1.4 million views on the platform alongside thousands upon thousands of comments from people eager to share their reactions to Jasmine's parenting style.
Many praised the mum, with one TikTok user writing: "This is a beautiful learning experience for your daughter, many don’t get. There is no book or job that can teach you the true meaning of life."
"That's exactly how I want to raise my daughter," shared a second while a third chimed in: "Your daughter will grow up to be loved cherished and respected for her worth as a wife and mother."
A fourth pointed out: "This is a valid way to live her life, but don't forget to tell her that there are a thousand different paths that she can take."
Others, however, weren't as supportive of the 'tradwife' lifestyle, with one viewer commenting: "I'm so glad my mum taught me the exact opposite."
A second hit out: "What if her husband leaves her and she is left with no education, no work experience, no money?"
"I’m happy my DAD taught me that I wasn’t born to serve no man," revealed a third.
A final TikTok user quipped: "Girls - don’t depend on anyone else but YOU! You are your own rock, your own foundation, your own future."
What do you make of it?