Women and Loyalty
I haven’t seen much writing on this subject, and I thought it would be an interesting one to explore. I have written about positive qualities in men, and now I want to talk about what I think is one of the most important qualities in women, both for the family and the community as a whole.
Obviously, men and women in relationships need to be able to trust each other, and a strong honourable man would never entertain the thought of betraying his wife and family. But the other side of the equation is the woman, and her role is key in this dynamic. We have seen women endlessly portrayed in film and television as ‘homewreckers,’ lurking in the shadows, waiting for an opportunity to steal married men away from their partners. A new website where women post pictures and stories of the women who have destroyed their families (and which was widely publicized in MSM, see here or here) suggests that this is a common phenomenon.
Women share a special kinship with each other. In essence, we want the same things. We have similar tools at our disposal with which to obtain those things. Is it competition and jealousy that make women disloyal to each other? Are we all just clambering and trampling over each other to compete for the best men? Is this natural?
I don’t think so. I think that these ideas have been forced into our consciousness, along with so much other nonsense, in order to weaken and break down our families and communities. Loyalty among women is crucial, essential, to any close-knit community. To know that you can trust the woman next door, or down the street, just as much as you trust your own husband: this should be the way that we live. I believe this was the way we did live, before certain forces took hold of our society…and fetishized the betrayal of the family, turning it into some forbidden fantasy, along with all the other modern degeneracy that goes along with it. This serves to sow distrust among women: they worry, ‘how would she act around my husband if I weren’t here?’ As much as you trust him, it is still a discomforting thought. We are divided, when instead, we should be able to rely on and support each other.
Honourable women everywhere act with the utmost respect for other women and their relationships. Let us declare the lie that we have been painted with by degenerate popular culture. Hail Freyja!