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"I Look Down On Young Women With Husbands and Kids" Post Sparks Response From Nashville Wife With Kids

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NASHVILLE, Tenn.-- "I Look Down On Young Women With Husbands And Kids And I'm Not Sorry." 

That's the title of Thought Catalog blogger Amy Glass' post which has gone viral and stirred a heated debate between some self-described feminists and mothers who couldn't disagree more. Glass' story has seen 1,600 tweets and 201,000 Facebook shares. It's not the first provocative post from Glass to garner attention. Titles such as "When It Comes To Women There's No Equality Gap, There's An Ambition Gap" and "Successful Women Do Not Fall In Love," have also sparked their share of debate. 

But for one Nashville wife who is also a mother and blogger, the idea that getting married and having kids are "actually super easy tasks" that "anyone" can do deserved a response. Mother Cusser has been a guest on Fox 17 This Morning and was asked for her opinion via Twitter by anchor Jennifer Waddell....

"I Look Down On People Who Refuse To Shower." Mother Cusser calls out Glass as the "Ann Coulter-like feminist blogger who thinks you are a loser." The aforementioned titled post goes on to address Glass' opinions on showering and motherhood, pointing out there is no such thing as defining "exceptional across the board for all women." 

Cusser also adds, "in a few years when you either accidentally get pregnant, try to get pregnant and have to seek medical help to do so, or try to get pregnant and be lucky enough to have it work, or adopt youll be writing a blog that is titled, Im sorry I looked down on you, women with kids and husbands. Im really needing some support and help right now, is anyone still out there? I promise I will take a shower.

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READ Amy Glass' Post: HERE

READ Mother Cusser Post: HERE

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