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Faydra6

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Re: Gentlemen's etiquette
« Reply #45 on: April 18, 2010, 08:32:46 pm »

I don't know why I am posting this because it will tick off about half of you and annoy the rest but...

 I believe that when a Woman is wearing "The Full Mantle of Her Power", as in drop dead feminine and lovely, she should be treated as "A Lady of Power", with full reverence and all honor shown.

 Of course, the standard of treatment, as with the standard of "femininity", will change over time.

 Regardless, respect is due and must be shown! My Grandfather taught me this. He was a Southerner.

Hey I think you are dead on!

I am a women and frankly most women want to be treated like a lady, it's just not PC to admit it anymore.  The feminist movement has rejected what womenhood really is and instead told us we need to be more like men.  We as women are made to feel like we are stupid if we want to embrace our womenhood.  By this I mean enjoy child rearing, cooking, being a stay at home mom, dressing in a modest feminine way, and not trying to act tough or manly.  But this is me.    I love being a women and all that entails!  I want to be the one raising my children, I want to provide for my home and make it a really wonderfull peacefull place.  I want to provide good tasting healthy meals for my family.  This is what I like to do .  Not all women want to do this and thats fine.  There are so many ways to be fulfilled as a women that we cant just say one way is the only way.  All I know is that I can do what ever I set my mind to in life and I am comfortable with who I am.  I don't need to compete with men.  And I want my husband to protect and cherish me.  And in return I will respect him and protect our family when the need arises.

Does this mean women should have no opionion or be door mats?  Heck no!  In a truly loving relationship a man always takes his wifes ideas into consideration and makes a mutal desision.  But if your with an abusive, stupid, immature man then what do you expect?

Are women weak who like to be feminine?  I know alot of women who are weak and pride themselves on being "bad ass bitches".  But if you look at the choices they make they are not really strong as women.  Real strength is not just using the F word every sentence!  Or telling everyone about your sex life blow by blow.

I love to shoot guns and I'm a pretty good shot.  And my husband tells me that watching a women handle a gun is pretty sexy!   You can bet if someone threatened me or my family I would have no problem putting them down.  I know how to kill and butcher most animals and then how to cook them.  I can set up a camp and fish for my dinner. I know how to jump my car and chop wood.  Pretty much I will do or try anything that needs doing. But does that make me unfeminine?  Nope it makes me my husbands help meet.  Women a hundred years ago worked their tales off to help provide for the family, and that is a history that has been forgotten. 

For all the guys who think being a gentlemen is outdated try it out!  I'll bet you will be surprised at how women will react to you. Open a few doors and see what happens.   There is nothing as sexy as a strong man who treats you like a cherished women.  It makes me weak in the knees just thinking about it! LOL!

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Re: Gentlemen's etiquette
« Reply #46 on: April 19, 2010, 12:42:05 am »

I'd be lucky to get a woman that thinks like u.
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Re: Gentlemen's etiquette
« Reply #47 on: April 21, 2010, 04:24:28 pm »

I'd be lucky to get a woman that thinks like u.

Not trying to be a "stick in the mud" PKL BUT ... "get a woman" ?

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Re: Gentlemen's etiquette
« Reply #48 on: April 21, 2010, 06:51:07 pm »

I'd be lucky to get a woman that thinks like u.

Not trying to be a "stick in the mud" PKL BUT ... "get a woman" ?



Wait, I missed something,  whats wrong with "get a women"?  Is this some sort of new slang or PC I'm not aware of?  Don't watch much t.v. anymore. ^_^
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Re: Gentlemen's etiquette
« Reply #49 on: April 21, 2010, 07:37:55 pm »



'get a woman" does sound a bit like procuring chattel
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Re: Gentlemen's etiquette
« Reply #50 on: April 21, 2010, 07:41:39 pm »

Geez, I didn't mean it like that.
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Re: Gentlemen's etiquette
« Reply #51 on: April 22, 2010, 12:08:57 am »

Well PKL I didn't take it that way.  In fact I thought I was going to be crucified for putting my non PC ideas on, so your comment was a relief!  And since the comment was directed at me (sort of) and I didn't take offence, then I guess no one else should either.

Anyways no one could ever make me feel like chattel.  Feeling like a slave to someone is your mindset, not theirs.  We have to give our freedom away.
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Re: Gentlemen's etiquette
« Reply #52 on: April 25, 2010, 05:14:11 am »

Well PKL I didn't take it that way.  In fact I thought I was going to be crucified for putting my non PC ideas on, so your comment was a relief!  And since the comment was directed at me (sort of) and I didn't take offence, then I guess no one else should either.

Anyways no one could ever make me feel like chattel.  Feeling like a slave to someone is your mindset, not theirs.  We have to give our freedom away.

The only things you could get crucified on here for are breaking the rules or saying something PC and being serious about it. Maybe not even that.
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Re: Gentlemen's etiquette
« Reply #53 on: October 04, 2010, 04:18:09 pm »

Well, I'm aware of the victorian expectations, depends on the circumstances if I abide by them all, but I do open doors and help with seating, I wait on others to begin eating, and cut each bite as I take it and don't pick my nose at the table.

The one rule I didn't see here is knowing what a lady does sitting and a man does standing.....shake hands!
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Re: Gentlemen's etiquette
« Reply #54 on: October 06, 2010, 05:45:01 am »

You show people you care about that you care (open doors, share burdens, back them up).  use the golden rule with everybody else. Use the most formal courtesy for your enemies........

A woman dressed up and all formal will get the doors opened and chairs adjusted, etc.   The rest of the time it is catch as catch can.  Adults going about living will have the courtesy situational based as far as I am concerned.  An adult managing children gets the door held for them since their hands are probably full (this is probably an origin of holding the door for women eh?).  A person with a load gets right of way, their balance is compromised/ has a smaller tolerance compared with an unburdaned person.  Oldsters needing help/time are given it, if they have lived this long they have been doing something right and should be rewarded...........

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Re: Gentlemen's etiquette
« Reply #55 on: August 08, 2015, 01:18:49 am »

Nothing to add... Just wanted to stop seeing "sex robots" in this section!  :rolleyes: :laugh:
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Re: Gentlemen's etiquette
« Reply #56 on: August 08, 2015, 06:56:02 am »

There was sex robots here? where they male or female sex robots?

And I missed one. rats
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