There are reports that Prince Harry has been miserable ever since he married feminist Meghan Markle. His grandfather cautioned against marrying her because she is an actress. Maybe he could sense the feminism in her. In any case, a video I found on Twitter makes it very clear why Meghan is not performing her duty as a wife and may be actively causing marital strife. Unlike my other posts, the “empowering” nature of femininity will be more obvious here; as, instead of putting down feminists, we will focus more on the impact her behavior has on her husband. And whether or not you’re a feminist, you will agree that a good relationship cannot happen if you treat another person poorly. But the problem for feminists is that treating men properly often involves taking the back seat.
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Meghan decided to cut in front of her husband during one of those conversations where everyone stands in a circle and pays attention to someone else leading the conversation. In this circle there was Prince Harry, Meghan, and four other men. Prince Harry was talking to someone three people to his right–two to the right of Meghan. But Meghan wanted to talk to the men next to the gu her husband was talking to. Since she felt that she wasn’t involved in Prince Harry’s conversation, she decided to take the initiative (girl power!) and destroy the sacred circle.
One thing that frustrates me about conversations like this is that they flow very quickly and are subject to immediate change. A movement, a new friend, and someone awkwardly trying to close the gap in the circle can change the entire dynamic. That’s exactly what Meghan ended up doing. By walking into the circle and approaching the two men that were not engaged in Prince Harry’s conversation, she somehow ended the conversation he was having. After that, pure awkwardness ensued for everyone but Meghan and the two men she spoke to. Prince Harry awkwardly tried smiling to diffuse the tension, but his hand gestures and how his attention was focused on the men talking to his wife indicate that he wasn’t having a lot of fun.
A good wife wants to put her husband first, because she knows that he is the one she must take care of. But the feminist flips the script and says “I’m more important and my husband needs to respect my decisions. My body my choice! Rape can happen in marriage too!”
OK, marital rape is a contested issue (I believe men should own women like property while respecting them), but the focus is on her, not him. And that’s why Meghan didn’t really care about being at Prince Harry’s side during his conversation, no matter how boring or exciting it is. It’s the principle of following his lead and being at his side that she is missing. She just wants to have fun and put herself out there.
Other reports I’ve heard show that Meghan hired a publicity team to help her improve her career. Again, the focus here is entirely on herself. She’s very selfish and that is proven in her actions during this one conversation. Despite it being one action here, it tells the story of her mindset and her beliefs. We know she is a feminist and she wants her boys to be feminists as well. She says in this video that when men have traditional views it can harm women’s opportunities. So basically, she believes that men should sacrifice what they want so that women can pursue “opportunities” that conflict with being loyal, steadfast, and focused on helping their husbands succeed. Well then, of course traditional men like me don’t want to be feminists or date them—we wouldn’t be serving ourselves or our needs if we did that.
Why Even Feminists Should Be Concerned About Meghan’s Attitude
In person, most feminists who date men know that making their partner happy is a core value they share with their partner. When we zoom in on Prince Harry’s face after Meghan destroys his conversation, we see someone who is confused and unhappy. No one benefits from feminism when the core unit of the couple falters because one member is dissatisfied. Marital strife is not good, and both members must be on the same page about feminism for the relationship to succeed. If the woman continues to assert her views and does not care about her husband’s perspective, he won’t be happy and may suffer silently or in other ways with time. Feminists are still human at the end of the day and they don’t want that to happen.
Since women are more empathetic than men (*cough* in theory) you can manipulate feminists into being more sympathetic towards you by showing that you have feelings and are hurt when she puts herself first all the time. Consider withdrawing from the relationship and withholding affection. In some cases you won’t have to even try to do this–it will come naturally as a consequence of her unfeminine behavior. As a result, her femininity will kick in and she will realize that her feminist values are not good for you or the relationship as a whole, so she will either make amends or you two will split up.
Behaving femininely is important for the preservation of a relationship. And if your woman is not willing to do that, act dissatisfied with the hopes of turning her around. Negative male emotions can be very attractive to women as well, and she will be intimidated but also inspired that you were brave enough to stand up to her nagging.
Remember gentlemen, a good wife does not interject herself and put her needs before her husband’s. She stands by his side and empowers him because she knows that by doing so, she will be empowering herself. Unfortunately, Prince Harry needs to learn this ASAP or continued marital strife could take years of happiness away from his life.
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