Woman Viciously Roasted After Tweeting She Was ‘Raised To Take Care’ Of Her Husband

One woman on Twitter is catching some serious heat after posting a tweet meant to signal how “not like other girls” she is by promising to take care of her hypothetical future husband.

“Call me old fashioned,” wrote @brylealangley, “but I was raised to take care of my husband. Make his plate every night, wash his work clothes for him, make sure he’s up for work the next morning, always have a clean house for him to come home to, etc. And that’s exactly (the) wife I will be.”

Now, everyone has the freedom to choose their relationship dynamic. But it’s one thing to choose to be a stay-at-home wife and to genuinely enjoy domestic duties, and quite another to (hypothetically) (!!!) tweet about it implying that you are somehow ‘better’ than women who do otherwise.

The immediate response on Twitter was overwhelmingly “ma’am, are you alright?” as dozens suggested Brylea Kay may be suffering from a severe case of internalized misogyny.

The notion of a wife parenting her husband is not a popular one on this platform, as we’ve learned time and time again.

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One woman even weighed in about how this approach simply “doesn’t work” because it becomes “expected of you and then you just become the house skivvy.”

Others pointed out that a healthy relationship is a give and take sort of a thing, not a “catering” sort of thing.

There ain’t nothing wrong with wanting to fully take care of a future husband—there’s plenty wrong with attaching “old-fashioned” gender roles in a bid to feel supreme to other women.

While many were so at loss for words, they could only muster reaction gifs.

Good luck to Brylea, who will certainly have no trouble at all finding a husband who wants the type of wife she was raised to be.