All women want is a warm home and good sex
So it’s not just sociosexual scholarly assumptions that shape our arguments that males are territorial, looking at nature in its wildest form shows us that they can actually be brutally protective.
I know women leave behind all kinds of little clothes and lipsticks when they visit, but those little brands don’t interest us anymore. In this argument, we are only victims of men. We would hesitate to admit that women actually appreciate being taken out of the market.
It delights us to be marked as taken because it hurts our exes and disappoints our jealous friends. That’s why women will post their bae on their calendars to let the world know we’re ready to go. But that’s not even our focus today. Instead, I want us to focus on how yesterday’s man didn’t educate today’s man on why certain punctures were intentionally left in their firewalls territorial. Indeed, the more things change, the more they stay the same.
For example, today’s fuss over revealing miniskirts and dresses shouldn’t be anything new, because looking back in the ’70s, our moms were already wearing shorter skirts and dresses. Is not it? The highly publicized war between Ukraine and Russia pales in comparison to the number of bombs and missiles the United States dropped on Iraqi soil during George Bush’s tenure as president. It’s a vicious circle that turns around.
But I digress again. So, I intend to say that the reason why society is rapidly witnessing an increasing number of single parent families is that the men of our time want to introduce infallible measures of control around sexuality. Let me bring it closer to home: generational curses and genetically transmitted diseases have always existed.
Our ancestors knew that if children continued to die in a family, then there was a chance that there was an incompatibility in that couple which resulted in misfits unable to live long enough. Structures had to be adopted to ensure that there was a solution to this dysfunction without causing a complete dissolution of marital tissue that was otherwise functional and healthy.
Likewise, if a couple’s children had conditions such as Down’s syndrome or even went insane at some point in their growth, it was considered a generational curse that needed to be broken to ensure that the marriage begets healthy children to support the family. Last name.
The men of the time understood that society is not about science – that society is about the family, the clan, the community around us, the nation we live in and the world we inhabit. New lives have nothing to do with genetic profiling, we just need children who can stay alive, eat, work and have a name.
Our ancestors understood that the main goal of society was continuity. They recognized with profound wisdom that your children do not have to carry your own genes, however they must carry your name to carry forward the family line and protect the hard-earned property that has been passed down from generation to generation. It’s the same concept of wife inheritance.
In most African societies, therefore, it was a well-orchestrated practice to ensure that preventative measures were put in place to avoid the threat of extinction caused by genetic malfunctions and/or generational curses drawn from pairing. miss of a man and a woman.
As hatcheries, women have always been put in charge of executioners and men have always been trained in their role to ignore any evidence of the outsourcing process or product. What I mean is that women today aren’t trying to be awesome, we’re just trying to carry on a normal trend.
We certainly derive no direct benefit from the heavy burden of keeping this secret from our husbands and children. It’s a huge price we pay for the good of men while honoring our place as loyal wives who cook and serve food on time and yet respect our husbands.