The Mother Company unites all women
We mother, part time or fulltime, are taking care of the future.
We are of vital interest for the society as well as for the economy.But we are especially of invaluable interest for our children and we take care of them with love. The recognition/appreciation we have for ourselves and the appreciation we receive from the society, is not proportional with that what we deserve: appreciation, respect, equality and freedom of choice.
The Mother Company is the new step we can make for the emancipation of women. The awakening that we mothers are working in our own mother companies.
An INCOME YOU DESERVE It
Paying mothers for their work is not that crazy at all.
An income for mothers is not at all strange. Every person gets paid for their work. A teacher is teaching, a cleaner cleans, a forester takes care of the woods, the postal service takes care of the mail. These people get paid for their work. And you? You produce the most complex product on earth and takes care of the child with all your attention and love, at least eighteen years of your life. And not only that: you invest in their development. You put all your talents and love in it. Only you don’t get paid for it and there is almost no recognition and appreciation for your work.
This is the reason why women stay behind man in their financial dependency. You can read in all papers that women don’t contribute enough to the society and economy. It makes that you feel tired at the end of the day and you think: I don’t even have a job. Or you are tired because you have actually two or more jobs.
Motherhood is a job. We mothers run our own mother companies . No matter if you are a full time or a part time mother. You are always working. Mothers don’t have part time jobs, they mostly work more hours than people with a full time job.
To pay mothers for their work would be reasonable.
'The history of our mother companies goes far back in time. Your mother (or caretaker) had a mother company, your grandmother had a mother company, her mother, and the grandmother of her mother as well. Our mother companies are hundreds of thousands of years old. Knowledge and genes are evaluated in the companies that we now know as mother companies. Many things have changes through the ages. That we know for sure. Thanks to other powerful women we got the right to vote, study and to work outside home. But we never received an income for the work that we do as mothers. It is taken for granted that we do it. Does the choice for motherhood means a choice for dependency and loss of appreciation?