Lust and Love

Can You Turn a Hoe Into a Housewife?

Now this (this) is one of them occasions where the homie’s not doin’ it right

I mean he found him a hoe that he like

But you can’t make a hoe a housewife

And when it all boils down you gonna find in the end

A bitch is a bitch, but a dog’s a man best friend

So what you found a hoe that you like

But you can’t make a hoe a housewife

– “Housewife” by Dr Dre ft. Kurupt


A man finds a beautiful woman and asks her out.  She accepts. The two go out on a few dates and really hit it off well.  They share the same taste in music, conversations last all night, they make each other laugh, she cooks like a gourmet chef and they genuinely enjoy each other’s company. Things begin to spice up and they decide to take their relationship to the next level by having sex.  The sex is amazing. The woman does things to the man that should be illegal in 14 states and he absolutely loves it.  But right after he shares his unborn children with her on specific places, thoughts begin to race through his head. It goes from:

That was the best sex ever!

To these thoughts:

Where the hell did she learn all that?! How many guys did that take to  master?!

The thoughts slowly disappear after a few days and it goes back to being peachy keen again.  Until he introduces his woman to boys.  He sees the look on their faces and he immediately knew what was up.  He’s dating the former town bicycle.  The all night conversations turn into awkward silences.  The “good morning” texts slowly stop.  The amazing sex, becomes uncomfortable.  Finally, he just breaks it off with her.

So what happened? She was perfect for him.  She cooked, she made him laugh, she was smart, and she shagged like a fox.  Sounds like the perfect catch right? Wrong.  He didn’t want to be the guy to wife up the former hoe.

Contrary to popular belief, guys actually care about what their peers think.  From the type of clothes we buy,  the jobs we take, and especially the women we date.  We’re very territorial when it comes our sexual conquests as well.  When we find someone to sleep with, we want to be the ONLY guy that has ever done it. Or at least, the only guy she’s done certain things with.  So when it comes to wifing up a hoe, it’s hard to get the image out of our heads that a slew of men have done the unimaginable with her.  And even worse, if one of our friends hit? We can never get that image out.

It also becomes a vicious cycle. The former hoe is reformed and wants to settle down and find the man of her dreams.  She finds someone that loves her, but he leaves her after finding out her hoe-ish past.  She’s distraught and needs attention, so she goes back to having sex with numerous men.

So what do you all think? Can you turn a hoe into a housewife? Or should they take the L and keep it truckin?

Let me know in the comments below.

Remember folks, stay classy…



15 thoughts on “Can You Turn a Hoe Into a Housewife?

  1. Foremost…”hoe” is such a nasty, nasty word ,but hey this is your blog .To answer the question, I do not think a woman who elects the lifestyle of welcoming many partners, and keeps her options open regardless of the extent of their relationship (no matter how casual) can ever be reformed to settling down for one partner because eventually she will grow bored of a lifestyle waking up to the same dude every day. Its not right or wrong, just probable (no judgement here) .There are places in society for everybody and so long as all roles are established from the jump, its all good.That being said…no one wants a husband who has smashed all of the homegirls either…the double standard is over with. Bottom line, if everybody plays their respective role, there will be no problems 🙂

    • For the blog to really hit folks over the head, I thinking using the word, “hoe” is definitely required. And kudos to your points Angie!

  2. I believe The Shoebag touched briefly on this subject. Let me reiterate some my thoughts for those faced with such a task:

    No matter who your girl is, she’s been had….more than once…by niggas you might know and/or random niggas

    There’s nothing wrong with wifing a FORMER hoe who is disease free (and hopefully lives in a different city from where she was conducting her hoeish ways)

    Almost all women go through a hoe stage, usually during or shortly after their college years. Its just shit men have to learn to deal with.

    So to answer you question: no. Nothing wrong with wifing a (former) hoe. You meet who you meet when you meet them, and if you like them, fuck it. Go for it. No judgment here. Its the dudes that are on a mission to save hoes who have the game fucked up

    • You bring up a great point. Every girl goes through a hoe stage at one point or another and the older we get, the chances increase that the available population of women have been trained up once or twice.

      It just sucks to be the guy holding hands with the woman that used to take it in the face by the whole bar a few years back.

  3. You can not, in my opinion, turn a Hoe into a Housewife, but a Hoe can become a Housewife through their own journey towards Spiritual Maturity/Personal Growth. Angie, I agree Hoe is nasty, but like the “N” word, it is accurate sometimes :).

  4. What really defines a woman as a hoe? Scoiety has many definitions of what a Hoe is. If you cant define it how can you change it? I personally think a woman who has a checkered past can change but she has to do so on her own accord. Just because your boys have an opinion about her doesn’t mean its true. As long as she isn’t running through clicks making her rounds it shouldnt matter what other people think.

  5. If you can find a woman who can be brutally honest with u about her past and the man is mature enough then it can be done, but remember, honest is the best policy on both ends of the spectrum.

  6. Hell no. I recently married a prostitute. She kept her past from me until my emotions were too strong too resist her. Now that we married I wish I would’ve never met her. She has done sextapes and Webcam Bitch better stop lying.

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