Mothers vs Daughters: Is Marriage Necessary?

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  • Jubilee
    Jubilee  29 күн бұрын +1320

    Hey everyone - thanks so much for watching this amazing conversation. Thank you to SK-II for making this episode possible! If you enjoyed this piece, be sure to check out SK-II's amazing docu-series #Timelines with Katie Couric (kzclip.com/video/isfY58KGNtk/бейне.html) that addresses pressures women face all around the world. Love you all - thanks for watching and supporting!

    • nala beans
      nala beans 15 күн бұрын

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    • mplsridah
      mplsridah 21 күн бұрын

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    • mplsridah
      mplsridah 21 күн бұрын

      StupidityStarbucks you would say the same if there were no blacks in the video. I guess you can say inclusion works for some, not so much for other.

    • Brooklynite C
      Brooklynite C 22 күн бұрын

      I completely understand if a woman doesn't want to have children. Not everyone wants that lifestyle. But to get your tubes tied?? It makes absolutely no sense to me. There are so many forms of birth control! Getting your tubes tied should be done to prevent fatalities. Not for pure leisure and convenience. Use condoms or the pill, or the patch, or the ring etc. I'll never understand why a woman would want to shut her body down permanently.

    • Flyer
      Flyer 23 күн бұрын

      15:00 ... wtf "Get your money", golder digger mentality, how is she entitled to taking some of the paycheck, he works to pay for the food, gas, car, insurance, and house. Smh it doesn't take a 16 hour day to keep a house clean and cook, she can get a job as well, or live free and content.
      My guess is she just said "that might change" because of all the feminist pure pressure in the room.

  • Rayndom Nayme
    Rayndom Nayme Сағат бұрын

    Why do daughters think they know more about children than their own mothers? You, the daughter, are arguing against your mother, future you, about not creating yourself. When your mom hears you do not want children the only thing that can go through her mind is imagining you not being born. You realize this right?

  • Rayndom Nayme
    Rayndom Nayme Сағат бұрын

    Why do people keep commenting about adoption like it’s the same thing. The cognitive dissonance is unbelievable.

  • CC
    CC 2 сағат бұрын

    With corporations taking over, rampant social media, increased materialism and destruction of the environment I just cannot bring a child into the world.

  • Evangeline Eden
    Evangeline Eden 2 сағат бұрын

    I would really like to see what the young women’s lives will be like in their 30s and up; did they get married and have kids orrrrr no?

  • Rayndom Nayme
    Rayndom Nayme 3 сағат бұрын

    Young women today have been misled by mainstream media in a horrifying way. Regardless of what gender roles you assume, biology still dictates a vast majority of how you maneuver through the world. A man can’t give birth, a woman can’t have more than one baby every 9 months, not counting twins etc. What does this mean? Men are the pollinators of life and women are the flowers. For some reason women have learned to, in some cases, hate men. Whether it’s childhood trauma or jealousy or just general disdain, women have learned, in today’s society, that men are responsible for everything wrong in their lives. With this belief they try to either trap a man into providing for them, through marriage or kids, or they cut men off altogether and try to behave independently, i.e lesbians. Notice how none of these scenarios is a win win? If you’re a woman reading this I want you to know that there are guys out there that will love you for you, and that you do not need to manipulate your way into having someone provide for you or separate yourself from men to be “independent”. I do warn however that once you reach a certain age, men are hard wired, and I mean hard wired, to dismiss you as a serious potential mate. Even at fifty years old, if I’m divorced or unmarried or whatever, I’ll still be going for a 20 something. This is all men, and that is because we are lifelong pollinators.

  • Mardo
    Mardo 4 сағат бұрын

    outstanding episode, but i really do support taking on the male perspective too!

  • Sammi Frombp
    Sammi Frombp 4 сағат бұрын

    She doesn't know their finances. How does she know he ain't spending money on a condo with a 22 year old gf

  • CassssssyD Baddiiiiiie
    CassssssyD Baddiiiiiie 4 сағат бұрын +1

    This was so beautifully wholesome.

  • Karlie Starr
    Karlie Starr 6 сағат бұрын

    It really disheartened me to hear some of these mothers say that having children is one of the most important things about being a woman :(.

  • Karlie Starr
    Karlie Starr 6 сағат бұрын

    "What do you know when you're 25" EXACTLY!! So why are you forcing something down your child's throat that takes HUGE responsibility when you barely figured out who you are yet?.

  • Kit Moira
    Kit Moira 8 сағат бұрын

    I'm 19 and very old fashioned. My whole life I've wanted a husband and my own family. So much so I would make myself sick thinking I'll never have kids or I'll never find someone that would be willing to help and support me.. Hearing that other women are giving that up really truly breaks my heart. I've now realized my bestfriend of 12 years now has the same goals and views as me. We're getting married this weekend and I can't put in words this peace I have knowing I'm on the road to something I've been working for for so long.

  • •Infinite Hype•
    •Infinite Hype• 8 сағат бұрын +1

    This comment section is filled with so many great quotes

  • olivia williams
    olivia williams 9 сағат бұрын

    8:45 I swear everybody has an aunt or uncle like that and I love it

  • Natalie Chica
    Natalie Chica 9 сағат бұрын

    excuse me, you are a white woman with blonde hair, a houswife, wearing pink, and your name is annemarie. stfu

  • Natalie Lenthall
    Natalie Lenthall 9 сағат бұрын

    The younger girls’ opinions on the topic are much more logical and reasonable than a lot of the mother’s. A lot of their ideas are so dated, life should evolve.

  • Madita E
    Madita E 10 сағат бұрын

    This may be off-topic but africas voice is so so beautiful. I was just listening while drawing and I was so touched by her soft voice and way of speaking

  • Eva Hale
    Eva Hale 10 сағат бұрын

    They chose three women with really flaky careers. Like they're all dancers and bloggers and whatnot, I wish at least one of them had a serious job so that they could have explored the idea of kids vs careers a bit more.

  • beatriz cbs
    beatriz cbs 10 сағат бұрын +1

    afrika’s voice is so soothing it’s amazing

    • Afrika Bakenra
      Afrika Bakenra 4 сағат бұрын

      beatriz cbs Thank you! Feel free to check out my demos and guided meditations 😌❤️🙏🏾

  • Beverly Grimmett
    Beverly Grimmett 10 сағат бұрын

    I love the understanding established by the end...
    I've been married twice and never married my son's father - THANK GOODNESS! Do these women not know of abuse. It took me 3+ years to realize my son's father was an alcoholic and bi-polar and I was fighting a losing battle and I had to leave. I tried to get him to get help, but he's an adult and makes his own decisions and for 3 months he never got better, and it got scary and I feared for my life and I left with our son over 6 years ago. I have been single ever since.
    My second husband I was with for almost 10 years, and he kept putting off having kids. I was always ready and he was always ready with an excuse. And I wanted a family with the first guy, but turns out he wanted a life full of material things with no children. So not sure why the moms feel the way they do, but they need to stop and I think a lot of them are jealous because they didn't get to do and be all the things their kids are...

  • Sijaku shinai
    Sijaku shinai 12 сағат бұрын

    I wish I were able to have such conversation with mom

  • Sijaku shinai
    Sijaku shinai 12 сағат бұрын

    I don’t know why I want give the blonde girl a big hug 💚 idk she made feel like she really needed a hug while she was talking about her life

  • Bryce Hopkins
    Bryce Hopkins 12 сағат бұрын

    Can you please do one that is father and son

  • afrika cuna
    afrika cuna 12 сағат бұрын

    Finally someone with the same name as me

  • עמית אביב
    עמית אביב 14 сағат бұрын +1

    This white women is not the smartest man on earth

  • עמית אביב
    עמית אביב 14 сағат бұрын +1

    Not nassry

  • Sxrendxr
    Sxrendxr 16 сағат бұрын

    Afrikan American

  • Katherina Lastname
    Katherina Lastname 18 сағат бұрын

    *sniffs* These mothers are so wholesome.

  • O Love
    O Love 20 сағат бұрын

    Hi. Children cost money. It would be difficult to only have children for ‘the experience’.

  • O Love
    O Love 20 сағат бұрын

    You can be a woman and never have kids. There are many amazing things about being a woman other than pregnancy.

  • zHumbleSashaz
    zHumbleSashaz 21 сағат бұрын

    I want to get married but probs not to a guy..
    I’d date guys, but I’m more into girls...

  • zHumbleSashaz
    zHumbleSashaz 21 сағат бұрын +1

    *Tries to talk to my mum about this*
    My Mum: “HAVE U DONE UR HOMEWORK?”
    Me: no. *walks away and cries in room right now*

  • zHumbleSashaz
    zHumbleSashaz 21 сағат бұрын +1

    *Gets beat at home after video*

  • Tee Polar
    Tee Polar 22 сағат бұрын +1

    They said wife’s were made into existence when slaves were sold and woman were property. But is that why prehistoric Homo~ species had spouses for there whole lives. Elephants have the same mate for their whole lives. Stop being misogynistic, thinking males want a cooking sex slave.

  • Sylvia Moragne
    Sylvia Moragne 22 сағат бұрын +1

    This is my favorite episode from Jubilee.

  • Avery Wright
    Avery Wright 23 сағат бұрын

    I felt super uncomfortable when Annemarie was "tearing up" trying to guilt Afrika about never wanting children. Just because something is right for you, doesn't mean it's right for everyone else. If your child doesn't want to get married or have children, you should support their decision rather than put them down for it. Saying you had a child or someone else should at least have a child for the "experience" isn't a good excuse. You have to have a certain mental and financial preparedness. Also did she really say "what do you know when you're 25?"??? All these moms got married when they were less than 25!

  • Oni Marshall
    Oni Marshall Күн бұрын

    chelsea looks exactly like emma duval from scream lmao

  • Karisma Epps
    Karisma Epps Күн бұрын +1

    Afrika's face at i think 9:56 had me dying

  • vianny esquivel
    vianny esquivel Күн бұрын

    I honestly respect every single woman on this video. Everyone comes from different places, different traditions and different thougts but this moms love and respet their daugthers and it shows. Great video.

  • Rosa Sutter
    Rosa Sutter Күн бұрын

    this was very good, and im glad you have sk-11 sponsor very good and respectable brand

  • Macy Thomas
    Macy Thomas Күн бұрын

    I agree with everything the lady in pink said.

  • Angela Kelley
    Angela Kelley Күн бұрын +1

    GO GIRL GET YOUR TUBES TIED I'M PROUD OF YOU FOR MAKING THAT DECISION

    • Afrika Bakenra
      Afrika Bakenra 4 сағат бұрын

      Angela Kelley Lol thank you 😂❤️

  • Alli Swatsenbarg
    Alli Swatsenbarg Күн бұрын +1

    I think having your tubes tied is less impactful than having a kid. You can adopt, but if you keep a child you can't abandon it

  • Haley Obremski
    Haley Obremski Күн бұрын +1

    You can become a parent without producing a child with your own body

  • Kenzie M
    Kenzie M Күн бұрын

    "what do you know at 25?" EXCUSE ME. you all literally got married or had children by 25. Why is 25 a good age to decide to have kids, but 25 isn't a good age to decide you DONT want kids????????? Y'all becoming a grandparent isn't the most important thing. and you have other children who could possibly have kids, chill

  • Something Edgy
    Something Edgy Күн бұрын

    I've met too many elderly patients who haven't had kids, their spouse has died and they're allllllllllll alone in their houses, noone would know if they died. no thanks x

  • aattoo hassan
    aattoo hassan Күн бұрын

    you cant force someone to go on a tradition route but you should educate your children why and how things were done back in the day. Men AND Women!

  • Its Geneva
    Its Geneva Күн бұрын

    15:08-15:15 I LOVE!!

  • M CJ
    M CJ Күн бұрын

    A part of this discussion is really....disappointing. So much "carrying and bring life is so important/special." As a woman with PCOS I can't help thinking of all the people who so desperately want to do this but cannot. Is their life or their life/love less important/special? I think about those who chose to adopt. Is their life/love less important/special because they didn't BIRTH their children? There are so many ways to be a mother/parent that does not involve birthing another human from your body

  • Elena Williams
    Elena Williams Күн бұрын

    I never wanted children and got pregnant at 30. It shocked me just how much I loved and still love being a Mum. It's so individual, we can't choose or judge other women for their choices. I definitely copped a heap of flack for not wanting children beforehand. Individual choices should be supported.

  • Homestuck TV
    Homestuck TV Күн бұрын +1

    Wtf happened to flat earthers vs scientists?

  • Cr8if1
    Cr8if1 Күн бұрын

    Coming from a small town, the normal thing here is to get married and have kids before 25. You have people scrutinizing you under a microscope if you’re not following the crowd, asking you: when you’re getting married, why aren’t you dating, do you even want kids? It’s funny how you get judged for being single with no kids at 25.

  • Scotty Zepplin
    Scotty Zepplin Күн бұрын

    The history of marriage demeans women but has been twisted into romantisicm. One should be able to pick wether or not they want to spend their life with someone not because it is a requirement but because they choose to.

  • m grace
    m grace Күн бұрын

    Annemarie!!! Sweet sweet woman!!💕💕💕

  • WhySoLOL
    WhySoLOL Күн бұрын

    Cassandra from Origins? coo coo

  • sarah
    sarah Күн бұрын +2

    Afrika's mom keeps making jokes and everyone but her daughter laughs lmao

  • Jemimah
    Jemimah 2 күн бұрын +2

    When the white mum said to experience having a child i was like nooooo

  • Mr. Negative The Negative Man
    Mr. Negative The Negative Man 2 күн бұрын

    So women can have goals they just can't include men? Got it

  • Greg S./ aka: The so called angry black man

    The daughters sound like typical modern-day females who will waste their youth going from guy to guy while they find themselves or further their career and by the time their ready for a family their post wall with or without kids and no man is going to want them other than for sex.
    You know a stick of gum when you first start chewing it, it's soft and full of flavor, females today want to wait till their chewed up and all the flavors gone then want to try to tell a man what he must have and must do to get with her........hmmmm baby girl your vagina has over 100,000 miles on it, you're not going to dictate or demand anything from me. There are plenty of simps out there that would be ecstatic to be one of the many guys that have been with you.

  • Beautifully Kayla
    Beautifully Kayla 2 күн бұрын +3

    Can we just talk about how pretty Cassandra is