Bashing Men is Fine and Dandy?

Bashing Men is Fine and Dandy?

Yesterday morning, a woman shared this picture in the chat room that was going around Facebook.

Can you imagine what the outcry from women would be if it read: “Women are Like Fine Wine; they start out as grapes and it’s up to men to stomp the c*** out of them until they turn into something acceptable to have dinner with”? Of course, no one would put up with that but neither should we put up with the way men are continually being bashed in our culture. The reason women get away with bashing men and men can’t is because most women are ruled by their emotions and feelings and most men are not. Women would be screaming bloody murder if men wrote the same things about women.

There is an article called When making a sandwich is a crime against feminism. A woman wanted suggestions for what to make her husband for lunch and the outcry was fierce against doing any such thing. They called her a “slave” and a “1950s housewife” along with many other cruel things. “Any woman who would dare make a sandwich for her husband is not fit to be a feminist,” they cry!

These reasons are why my viral posts keeps going viral. Women today HATE the thought of serving their husbands. They believe it’s their duty to set the men in their lives straight and their desire shall be to rule their husbands (Genesis 3:16) just as God said from the beginning. They hearken to the voice of the Serpent of old and eat the forbidden fruit of selfishness and control, thus losing their femininity and what God has called them to be and do.

As long as women are angry and bitter, they will not be attractive to men. Feminism makes women angry and bitter because life has become all about them and what they want. Tim Keller wrote, “Seek to serve one another rather than to be happy, and you will find a new and deeper happiness” (Tim Keller). Christ came to serve and set us from from sin and selfishness. He has told us that the greatest of all is the servant of all. Women will never be happy if they continue down the path that they are on. Marriages will continue to fall apart, divorces will be rampant, and children’s childhood will be broken and stolen.

Learn to have meek and quiet spirits, women, and live in submission to your husbands; for this is how the women of old adorned themselves (1 Peter 3:5). This is what makes us beautiful and brings joy into our lives and those around us. It is the narrow path that leads to life.

Make your husband his meals and give thanks for the food you have been blessed with. Do all of the housework and be thankful that you have a home to clean and a hard-working husband, if you have one. Don’t stomp the c*** out of your husband if he is disobedient to the Word but win him without the word by living in subjection to him with godly behavior. Never be ashamed of being a homemaker and serving your husband. Seek to be feminine, kind, gentle, and a woman who only seeks to please her Savior; for in this there is great reward.

 The fear of the Lord is clean, enduring for ever: the judgments of the Lord are true and righteous altogether. More to be desired are they than gold, yea, than much fine gold: sweeter also than honey and the honeycomb. Moreover by them is thy servant warned: and in keeping of them there is great reward.
Psalm 19:9-11

8 thoughts on “Bashing Men is Fine and Dandy?

  1. So many people wonder why such disrespect from children! They have no respect because their is no respect for authority . When we women marry our husbands what do we expect them to be? Men! Women trying to make men acceptable is very stupid. Love who you first married ,encourage them, PRAY for them!

  2. I LOVE serving my husband as unto the Lord. It is my top priority and ministry, sort to speak. I plan to continue, by God’s grace, making his breakfast, lunch, and supper!!! Thanks for the great encouragement. I’m excited to get started on another glorious day at home!

  3. Thank you for this Lori. I am so tired of TV shows and commercials that depict men as bumbling fools. I love serving my husband as God commands! Nothing makes me happier than cleaning the home and cooking the food he provides for us. No job has ever given me the satisfaction that taking care of my husband does!

  4. I encourage all of you to read this
    https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2017/sep/16/a-letter-to-my-partner-here-we-are-again-arguing-about-the-housework

    This is an article from an angry woman who constantly nags her partner about housework. She has even downloaded an app to precisely time every minute of housework. The woman sounds bitter, angry and nasty. She is distancing herself from her partner and her friends because an angry woman is difficult to live with. She is frankly ridiculous. Read it by yourself because it’s just unbelievable.

  5. Sadly, I observe this behavior in the Church as much as in the world. Any time we get a group of ladies together the conversation turns to what stupid thing someone’s husband did that week. The conversation almost always paints the men out to be overgrown children who can’t do anything for themselves and need constant correction and supervision by their wives. I don’t attend many women-only events sanctioned by the church, for this reason. I hate hearing these God-fearing men being trashed by their wives. I love to be around women and men who esteem their spouses any chance they get. It’s contagious, and I think it makes the Lord smile!

  6. To be fair, there are a whole host of “jokes” about women, too. My husband knows dozens of them. For people who have the right sense of humour, these things are funny.

    But you are right – we should be building our men up, not tearing them down and belittling them. Nobody was ever ‘improved’ by criticism or negativity. It’s constant love and encouragement that ‘improves’ and changes people. “Stomping the cr*p” out of our men is not going to give us loving, kind husbands. It’s going to give us bitter, resentful, unloving ones.

    1. I remember having to point out to a friend of mine how belittling she is to her husband – and I’m not even Christian. The woman was just irritating with the constant criticism and nagging. No wonder he never did anything at home! He’d get berated.

      I just find it so silly that women can be so mean– feminism was supposed to be about choice, not belittling certain choices if they don’t line up with working outside the home. While I may not personally want to be a housewife (I’m much too antsy to enjoy housework and prefer to be outside most of the time, though i do do it to keep a clean place. Lol), I can’t see why it’s offensive for a woman to enjoy that. It’s her choice, man! For the record I’d willingly make my husband his meals most of the time if I were married, I don’t see why that’s an issue. And I’m neither meek nor quiet. Lol

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