35 (+1) Steps to Be a Woman of Character
1) Do the house work (all of it) unless your husband says otherwise.
2) Find mature Christian women whom are submitted to their husbands for emotional’ support. Men are not women, so don’t expect them to relate to you as women.
3) Question cultural products produced by women. Are these women promoting misandry or other destructive ideas? Read your Bible and seek wise council if unsure.
4) Realize that you are not the center of the universe and a man will need time to himself. Don’t interrupt, don’t start trouble and don’t nag.
5) Realize that you, as a woman, are not the authority on what is sexist and what is not. Read your Bible.
6) Realize that sexism, as it is understood in the mainstream of society today, is not necessarily a bad thing. If a man tells you something is sexist, see if the Bible agrees with him. If a woman tells you something is sexist, see if the Bible agrees with her.
7) Don’t have sex until you are married. If you already have, then STOP. A woman of character does not fornicate. There is no need to have clear unambiguous communication regarding sexual relationships if you are not a whore.
8) Contraception? Consider the aspirin method. See number 7.
9) The HPV vaccine should have no place in biblical patriarchy for a woman of character. See number 7.
10) Have nothing to do with progressive name politics. If you don’t want your husband’s name, then don’t get married.
11) Don’t have children until you are married. When you do have children, expect to live the traditional role of wife and mother unless your husband says otherwise. You should behave like a Titus Ch 2, Prov 31 type of woman.
12) Pay attention to and gently encourage women to engage in traditional roles at family functions and at church. This especially should be done in the presence of feminists and churchian egalitarians. As a classy, feminine, attractive woman who believes the Bible, you should stand against role reversals whenever possible.
13) Be mindful of your inclination to usurp power within intimate/domestic relationships, especially with men
whether a husband, suitor, or family members.
14) Make sure honesty and respect guide your sexual relationship with your husband. Review number 7. Forget about “romance” as represented in modern society. It promises what cannot be delivered. Read your Bible.
15) Don’t be an online bystander in the face of misandry. You may have sons one day. Also, review numbers 5 and 6.
16) Be responsible with money. You don’t need 100 pairs of shoes or credit card debt, and any husband, future or current, does not need the added burden these would create.
17) Exercise and eat right. Do you find overweight and out of shape men attractive?
18) Don’t speak ill of men. Do not slander or gossip.
19) Do not pay attention to or believe what the “sex of experts” and “key figures” in the media say about anything. They are blind fools leading other blind fools. See number 7 and read your Bible.
20) Ensure that your role models are (or were if deceased) God fearing women who submitted themselves to their husbands.
21) Praise the virtues of your husband, father, and / or brother(s) to others (especially to other women).
22) Demonstrate integrity with your female friends. (i.e., Don’t be a “ho.”). Also, don’t have “HOs” for friends. Don’t have friends that try to turn you against your husband or your father. Don’t have friends that talk bad about the men in their lives.
23) Don’t treat your husband or any other male family members disrespectfully. See number 4.
24)Know that acknowledging your own selfish opinions and stereotypes is not enough. Do something about them.
25) Do not have male “friends” or “beta orbiters”. Realize that the men you know are family, brothers in Christ, or acquaintances.
26) Submit to your father and, if married, your husband. Ask them for guidance and council. Also, find mature Christian women who take the whole council of God and have submitted themselves to their own husbands to teach you.
27) When courting, be responsible for events and special dates associated with your side of the family. When married, be responsible for all of it unless you husband says otherwise.
28) Men’s appearances should not be your concern unless they are suitors you are considering for marriage. Even then you should not nag them about it. See number 4.
29) Do not expect male family members or acquaintances to be at your beckon call. Be it to walk you home alone at night, or to a public space where you are likely to feel unsafe, or any other endeavor of your making. You can ask, but do not expect such treatment. Men are not beasts of burden that exist to serve you.
30) Inject wifely submission and biblical Patriarchy into your daily conversations with other women (especially with feminists and egalitarians) as often as possible.
31) Do not consume drugs or excessively drink alcohol. A woman of character is not a druggy or a drunk.
32) Be aware of the resources you consume, and don’t use more than is necessary. Someone is paying for it, and you can bet your bottom dollar it most likely is a man.
33) Don’t spread feminist none sense such as “income inequality” and “a woman can do anything a man can do”. Pretty much anything you hear a feminist claim as a fact will instead be a long refuted talking point.
34) Understand that your femaleness has an unearned privilege attached to it that you have to actively work to cede, and that being male comes with an unearned disadvantage that men have always had to bear.
35) Expose feminism for what it really is, rebellion against God and His creation and misandry in disguise