Lori responds today to a reader who asks why she doesn’t scold men.
“3) preach the Scripture as readily and as easily to husbands, about laying down their lives for their wives and living with their wives in an understanding way, and honoring her,”
Like I said above, I am not supposed to teach men anything and there are many preachers who preach this to men but most are afraid to teach women to submit to and obey their husbands because of women like you.
“…because of women like you.” Like YOU! See how nasty that comes across. Preachers don’t preach what they are suppose to preach because of YOU! Its not that the preachers are weak pansies, it’s the woman’s fault that preachers can’t preach and men can’t be men. Seriously, I can’t state it enough, if a preacher is afraid to preach what men need to hear and if men are afraid to talk to fellow men what they need to hear, they are a bunch of weak pussies. Men are so incredibly fearful of women and they don’t understand how this is such an incredibly huge turn off. No empathy or compassion either in her response. For 20 some years Lori was once one of those horrible women, “a women like you” but that is now long forgotten so she can’t relate to anyone who is perceived as lesser.
If you dig through her old blog, you can find many examples where Lori has taught men. I am so tired of this standard played out line from godly women “I don’t teach men.” This is used as a pass for just about everything. Many men who have a crappy sex life have taken comfort on Lori’s blog and she has in the past given tips to these men on how to handle their wives. Or perhaps though its correct that she doesn’t teach men, rather she consoles and comfort men and tell them what their itching ear want to hear.
“Pastors, elders, and deacons are the ones to teach men and they do tell men how they are to treat their wives. Feminists regularly scold men! If I told women how their husbands should be acting, however, it would just make the women more dissatisfied with their husbands.”
They may be the ones to teach men; however, the pastors, elders, and deacons are too afraid of women to teach men what they need to know. So, its simply not getting done. What does it say about men that these Titus II women have more balls to call things out directly than many of the so called leading men. The Titus II women are the new leaders in a lot of ways. Men can’t find men to teach so they start circling around Titus II women blogs hoping for their teacher.
Plus, she does tell women how men are suppose to be acting, all godly women do. They say all men are to be leaders, the head of the family, godly, command men, but a good chunk of women simply don’t have that and it certainly can lead to dissatisfaction. Then its usually said or implied that if you don’t have a leading man, its because you aren’t letting him lead, because of course a leader needs permission (from a woman, the weaker sex) to lead his own family.