Should Successful Women Be Submissive In 2020?

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Fox Soul Series: Tammi Mac Show

This subject is now the subject of interest on steroids!

The vice president-elect of the United States  Sen. Kamala Harris breaks three centuries-old barriers to become the nation’s first female vice president, first Black vice president and first Black female vice president. Harris is also of Indian descent, making the 2020 election a meaningful first for two communities of color.

African Americans have faced many hurdles to achieving political power in the United States, among them slavery, Jim Crow and disenfranchisement.

Black women, in particular, have hit barrier upon barrier. Women didn’t gain the right to vote in the U.S. until 1920, and even then Black people – women among them – still couldn’t vote in most of the South. In the 1960s, Black women helped organize the civil rights movement but were kept out of leadership positions.

Today, Black female mayors lead several of the biggest U.S. cities, including Atlanta, Chicago and San Francisco. Black women are police chiefs, gubernatorial candidates, and, in growing numbers, congresswomen.

Now, Black women, who once had no chance of even voting for president – much less being president – see one of their own a step away from the Oval Office.

How does this accomplishment impact relationships for women who are successful?

Tammi Mac and guests discuss whether the modern successful women should still be submissive in their relationships in 2020.

What does The Bible say about being submissive?

Also, what about outspoken celebrities who are promoting submitting to your man?

Watch the Video and Let Us Know if We Should Talk About It!

Picture Courtesy of Tammi Mac, Video Courtesy of Fox Soul and YouTube

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