The Natural Order, Chivalry, and Traditional Women’s Rights

Where do the rights of the Traditional Woman come from? What are they based on? Why should men sacrifice for women? Because it is so, because it is the natural order, because it is God’s will.

What is a woman? She is a “womb man,” correct? A man with a womb, the one who becomes pregnant and brings forth new life. This is the originating difference between men and women; the fundamental difference that all the other differences between men and women are derived from. Humanity is divided between those who can give birth, the women, and those who cannot, the men; very simple. Since women give birth it is very easy to tell what the purpose of the woman is. It is to bear and care for children. What however is the purpose of the man? Where do men fit in with the story of life? Because men are without wombs does that mean that men have no purpose? No. The purpose of the man is to serve the woman, to help the woman in her purpose of bearing and caring for children. When women care for children and men care for the women to better enable the women to care for children then both men and women are active participants and a necessary part of the story of life.

A child is then born. The child is either male or female. The male children are destined to become MEN; the female children are destined to become WOMEN. The male child will learn to become a man by watching and emulating his father; the female child will learn to become a woman by watching and emulating her mother. Both male and female children will learn how a man treats a woman and how a woman treats a man by watching and emulating the relationship of their parents. Once the children grow up they become the men and women of the future and the cycle of life repeats itself.

How are the children cared for? They are cared for by their mother, right? How is it that their mother can care for them? Doesn’t the mother need to take care of herself first? Who is taking care of the mother while the mother takes care of the children? The answer is that the father is taking care of the mother. This is why the mother can care for the children because the mother herself is being taken care of by the father. Who is taking care of the father then? The answer is that the father is taking care of himself! The father is a MAN and MEN take care of themselves! In fact MEN are so powerful that they can take care of both themselves and their wives at the same time! That is how powerful they are! So the mystery of how children are taken care of is solved. Children can be taken care of properly by the man taking care of both the woman and himself simultaneously which then allows for the woman to take care of the children.

Perhaps the man does not wish the burden of taking care of both himself and his wife at the same time. One person providing for the needs of two people? That is quite a burden to bear! Maybe the man will wish to only look out for himself. “Women are the equals of men!” the man declares. “There’s no reason why I should be expected to take care of a grown adult who is my equal in every way!” On this basis the man refuses to take care of his wife; that is her responsibility, not his! Who then takes care of the children? The mother can no longer care for the children because she is at work. I know, maybe we can group five children together from different families and then pay a stranger to take care of them. If the stranger isn’t paid that much money to care for the children of strangers then such an arrangement won’t cost too much. That is how we can care for children, put them together in large groups and then hand them off to low paid strangers! Pick them up again after work! Very efficient and very convenient!

The simple fact of the matter is that the man has no right to shun his duties as a man. The man’s wife is depending on him to fulfill his duties as a man, the man’s children are depending on him to fulfill his duties as a man, society itself depends on men fulfilling their duties as men. The man’s duties are inescapable and eternal; they are built into the very structure of life itself. If the man fails in his duties the woman will automatically fail in her duties as the woman can only perform her duties based on the support of the man. When adults fail in their duties the children, both male and female, both the future men and the future women, suffer.

So what are the man’s duties? This is where chivalry comes in. Chivalry is what men’s duties are. To provide for and protect women is not only honorable and heroic; it is also the basic requirement for a civilized society. Chivalry is not a luxury, it is a necessity. Chivalry then leads to the rights of the Traditional Woman. Traditional Women’s Rights are the flip side of chivalry. Chivalry provides for Traditional Women’s Rights. In chivalry men are the givers and women are the receivers. On the one side is male duties expressed, this is what we call chivalry, and on the other side are the rights of the Traditional Woman received. For instance it is the right of a married woman to be provided for by her husband. This is one of the rights of the Traditional Woman. On the other side it is the man’s chivalrous duty to financially provide for his wife and family. This is how chivalry and Traditional Women’s Rights go together. Chivalry creates and provides for the rights of the Traditional Woman. This is where the rights of the Traditional Woman come from. This is what the rights of the Traditional Woman are based on.

Which brings us back to the beginning. Where do the rights of the Traditional Woman come from? They come from the nature of life itself, they come from the natural order, they come from how men and women have evolved together through the millennia, they come from God.

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About Jesse Powell TFA

Anti-Feminist, MRA, Pro-Traditional Women's Rights Traditional Family Activist (TFA)
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