I believe that women are by default weaker than men, worse at solving problems, worse at being a leader or higher up, and although they are better than men when it comes to certain mental attributes, men are overall more intelligent and mentally capable. But i also believe women should be treated with respect, chivalry, kindness, and grace.
I think its ok for women to work and contribute to the household's income, but men should still be considered the head of the household. The man should have the last say in all matters, but of course a good husband (or partner) would make decisions out of best interest and concern for their woman. Men should treat their lovers with protection, sanctity, care, and romance. Women should treat their lovers with affection, support, care, and fulfill his sexual needs.
I believe that a woman loses all value if she is not a virgin, and i believe men and women alike should wait until marriage.
I also believe that men should approach women, propose to women, and provide for women. I find women who are opinionated, independent, and stubborn to be VERY unattractive. But women who are shy, gentle, timid, and submissive are very attractive to me.
My main point is that i don't believe women are equal to men, but they should be treated with love and respect by their partners. Is this view wrong, offensive, or in your opinion sexist?
PS: Not everyone has to live by these rules. They can do whatever they want for all i care. This whole description was just what i want in a relationship.
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Are you the religious type? I am not being offensive just asking because your type is very rare these days! Anyways to answer your question I would say that they won't be sexist to me if you change a few of your views. First what do you mean by "by default weaker than men"? If physically then I agree otherwise I don't. Also there has been no proof of which gender is more intelligent up til now. Men should also fulfill his wife's sexual needs to the fullest. Plus no harm in listening to the opinions and suggestions of a woman.0