“Men need women, and women need men.”
There can be a lot of truth to that statement. Politically and economically, you could argue that women are unnecessary for men. Males can produce food, make money, and put order in society without any help from females. At contrary, in their natural state, women have a lot more difficulties surviving without using males. This is why 99% of human societies were patriarchal, and the very few matriarchal societies never prospered.
The modern world gives the illusion that men are unneeded for women’s survival even from an economic and political angle. This is because the State now handles most of the functions that were traditionally ascribed to males. In such a society, under the reign of a providential state, women could theoretically be safe, get food, and get their natural needs satisfied without the direct help of males. However, it is nothing but deception. The truth of the matter is that this modern liberal society needed men to exist in the first place, and it would soon collapse if males do not sustain it.
Because of this confusing situation, we can now hear many women spitting nonsense like: “It’s fine if I never settle,” “I need to think about myself before considering marriage,” and so forth. But once we go beyond material, we discover that there are even more aspects in which women need men and vice versa. These can be emotional, spiritual, psychological, physiological.
Do these woke women ever ask themselves why so many feminists feel miserable because of favoring their career over their family life?
All Bani Adam need marriage to live at ease and feel comfortable. A human being lives within his spouse like he lives within his home:
It is He who created you from one soul and created from it its mate that he might dwell in security with her.
Four months was enough for Malala Yousafzai – 2014’s Nobel Peace Prize Winner – to understand how unrealistic and stupid her previous beliefs about marriage were.
Nobel Peace Prize laureate and women’s rights campaigner Malala Yousafzai has married in the United Kingdom.
Yousafzai, who was shot in the head by the Pakistani Taliban when she was 15, announced the news on Twitter, sharing photos of the Islamic marriage ceremony known as the nikkah.
“Today marks ‘,” the 24-year-old wrote. “Asser and I tied the knot to be partners for life.
“We celebrated a small nikkah ceremony at home in Birmingham with our families. Please send us your prayers. We are excited to walk together for the journey ahead.”
This reminds me of a personal anecdote.
When I was a graduate student, I was part-time working for an IT company in Paris. My former boss was a Tunisian apostate dating the head of one of the most prominent feminist journals in France. Since it was cheaper for them, we had only one office for the two companies, and every day the employees of that journal were going to work wearing all kinds of feminist tee shirts promoting women’s independence.
Why is that relevant?
Because my boss was one of the worst sexist pigs I have ever seen. He even got some of our female co-workers upset because he was commenting on their dress and their bodies.
Probably, most of the girls that were following that journal had no clue about its CEO’s personal life. While their articles were encouraging women to be strong and independent and how ‘women should enter into an equal relationship,’ etc., the female CEO was in a relationship with a sleazy womanizer.
Likewise, many supporters of Malala felt betrayed by her decision to marry and they expressed their sentiments quite harshly:
Malala probably doesn’t care about these haters. She made the right choice to submit herself to the traditional institution of marriage. Now if she could just stop her neo-imperial career as a native informant and stay at home to raise children. Maybe she can have a positive influence on young women yet.