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“We Don’t Vote Unless We Are Told To” – The Stepford Wives Organization

Wednesday, November 12th, 2014

At the Stepford Wives Organization ( http://www.stepfordwives.org || http://www.stepfordwife.com || http://www.stepfordgirls.com ) we do not vote unless we are told by our husbands to do so. And it’s always because he wants an extra vote for his candidate.

We believe we are not informed or educated enough to make a decision about politics, so we let the man of the house handle the important matters concerning our country. Besides we are so wrapped up in dinner preparations that we seldom have time to look over the credentials of candidates.

Here are more reasons why we don’t vote. Click on each picture to view in original dimensions.

Girls and Women Are Not What They Use To Be

Sunday, May 19th, 2013

It’s sad but true, girls and women are not what they use to be. If we want men to treat us with the respect and adoration we once had, we have to earn it.

Filomena Tobias flips Joakim Noah off.

No matter who or where you are from, even if you are a devout feminist who disagrees with the philosophy of the Stepford Wives Organization, we can all agree that this is NOT the way for gentlewomen to behave. Empathy, compassion, and kindness is what ALL men and women should aspire to. This, is NOT what the suffragists in the Senecca Falls Convention of 1848 fought for. Women cursing like truck drivers is not equality, it’s frighteningly coarse.

Stepford Ladies and Stepford Wives, if we want to reclaim fascinating womanhood, we have to act the part! This, is not the answer:

Happy International Women’s Day!

Friday, March 8th, 2013

We’re back. Sorry for the prolonged absence gentle readers, but be rest assured, we have been reading all your emails. Carolyn, my sister, and I have been answering them whenever we can. There is a huge backlog due to our readership. So please be patient as we get back to answering all your inquiries. We always try to provide an answer for all sincere emails sent. Do not hesitate to write. However, we also encourage you the check our Frequently Asked Questions if you have general issues such as “Are you ladies serious? Is this a joke?” You will find your answers there.

We will update this blog / diary more often. It’s a promise. We have been going through some technical changes with our web administration help. So check back often! We will also be getting around to updating our static website: Stepfordwife.com. In the meantime, enjoy yourselves, enjoy thoroughly spoiling your husbands in the way you were put on this earth to do, and celebrate international women’s day!

Doris Day has a new album “My Heart” out soon!

Sunday, December 4th, 2011

Clicking on the picture above will take you to the Doris’s website announcing the new album.

Among us Stepford girls, the box sets reissues of Doris Day recordings by Germany’s Bear Family are on constant rotation in our kitchens. We recommend these recordings if you want to hear superb remasters of the original. The Bear Family are noted for their meticulous attention to maintaining fidelity to the original versions.

So you can imagine how delighted we were when we found out America’s sweetheart announces she is releasing a new album. It is suppose to be available on December 7, 2011 in the U.S. You can pre-order it today. It has already been released in the UK to great success. The recordings include previously unreleased tracks, and songs that were later mastered by a famed British recording producer. You can listen AND purchase the tracks or cd here at this Amazon link. Proceeds of sales will go to the Doris Day Animal Foundation.

Hurricane Irene Preparation Checklist: Water

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

Here in the Northeast, neighborhoods (and states all along the Eastern seaboard) are preparing to meet up with one of the largest hurricanes in 100 years. Hurricane Irene (unfortunately sharing the same namesake as myself) is due North up from the Bahamas. If you are among the parties concerned, you will have already seen the hysteria mounting at all the supermarkets. Every Stepford Wife should have a fairly well stocked pantry (not on hoarding levels, of course), so we feel it is unnecessary and unladylike to jostle with the ruffians in the supermarket for basic necessities.

The first and most important item to get sold out is always bottled water. The biggest mistake people make is to assume we only need water to hydrate. So if you bought a few cases of spring water, you would end up using it for washing your hands, face, and other emergency purposes. That thins down the supply mighty quickly. We opt for an alternative. Since I am no expert on these matters, I will let my husband take over at this point: his quotes are indented in the blockquote:

Hi Ladies! I hope everyone is prepared for the oncoming inclement weather. Along with my lovely wife Irene, I noticed a mad dash to hoard bottled water. It reminds me of the problems residents faced down in New Orleans during the Hurrican Katrina incident. Of course, the water surrounding the stranded people, at that point was tainted with nearby chemical factories, sewage, and above-ground burial remains seeping into the mix. Still, had they known basic steps to purifying water, it could have saved some lives. In most of our locations however, worst case scenario – hydration wise- is that a water main breaks, and we are without water.

It always strikes me as a bit irrational to haul all that water back from the supermarket. What happens if the storm doglegs its way out to sea? We are left with gallons of water that is not only heavy and takes up space, we are looking at months of consumption ahead.

Instead, I suggested to Irene that we get one of those simple 18 – 30 gallon plastic storage containers (with lids) that can be found at Target, Walmart, Kohl’s or any ordinary department store. Rinse out the container with mild detergent and flush with clean water. Dry.

The following are CDC recommendations for cleaning:

1. Wash the storage container with dishwashing soap and water and rinse completely with clean water.
2. Sanitize the container by adding a solution made by mixing 1 teaspoon of unscented liquid household chlorine bleach in one quart of water.
3. Cover the container and shake it well so that the sanitizing bleach solution touches all inside surfaces of the container.
4. Wait at least 30 seconds and then pour the sanitizing solution out of the container.
5. Let the empty sanitized container air-dry before use OR rinse the empty container with clean, safe water that already is available.

Then purchase a supply of water purification tablets from your local sporting / camping goods store. They range from Chlorine dioxide to iodine crystals and iodine dioxide. We use Katadyn MicroPur Purification Tablets (chlorine dioxide), but also keep an unopened fresh bottle of original liquid chlorox bleach (unscented) around for emergency purposes (see below)

Here is a typical J Terence Thomas 30 gallon container at Lowes.com

On the day before the Hurricane hits, fill the cleaned container with tap water, then cover the lid, seal with duct tape if need be, and leave it in the kitchen. Do not use a container with a dual flap opening lid. Go with one that clicks shut.

When disaster strikes and you need to drink potable water, simply draw from your supply from within the container. Drop in your water purification tablets per instructions.

The beauty of this setup is that IF the storm or hurricane passes by without incident, you simply pour out the water (use for watering plants or washing outdoor furniture, equipment, car) and set it aside for future emergency water use (do not use it to contain anything other than dry foodstuffs). Now you are not stuck with gallons upon gallons of bottled water in your garage.

Here is a link for purifying household water with household bleach. Good information to print out and tape to the side of your unopened bottle of bleach: Purifying Household Water

The Marriage Vow, The Family Leader and Bob Vander Plaats

Wednesday, July 13th, 2011

Tim Pawlenty, Herman Cain, and Mitt Romney has said no to The Family Leader’s Marriage Vow contract.

But we at the Stepford Wives Organization say a resounding YES.  In these political correct times, it’s “hip” to go against the institution of the traditional model of marriage, but we have supported it all along.  Please read the Marriage Vow below, and if you agree with it, sign up and pledge using the link! Bring marriage back to what it was and what we know and respect it to be!

THE MARRIAGE VOW

– A Declaration of Dependence Upon Marriage and Family.

Faithful monogamy is at the very heart of a designed and purposeful order – as conveyed by Jewish and Christian Scripture, by Classical Philosophers, by Natural Law, and by the American Founders – upon which our concepts of Creator-endowed human rights, racial justice and gender equality all depend.

Enduring marital fidelity between one man and one woman protects innocent children, vulnerable women, the rights of fathers, the stability of families, and the liberties of all American citizens under our republican form of government.  Our exceptional and free society simply cannot endure without the transmission of personal virtue, from one generation to the next, by means of nurturing, nuclear families comprised of sexually-faithful husbands and wives, fathers and mothers. We acknowledge and regret the widespread hypocrisy of many who defend marriage yet turn a blind eye toward the epidemic of infidelity and the anemic condition of marriages in their own communities.  Unmistakably, the Institution of Marriage in America is in great crisis:

•  LBJ’s 1965 War on Poverty was triggered in part by the famous “Moynihan Report” finding that the black out-of-wedlock birthrate had hit 26%; today, the white rate exceeds that, the overall rate is 41%, and over 70% of African-American babies are born to single parents3 – a prime sociological indicator for poverty, pathology and prison regardless of race or ethnicity.

•  About one million U.S. children suffer through divorce each year – the outcome of about half of all first marriages and about 60 percent of remarriages, disproportionately affecting economically-vulnerable families.

•  The taxpayer-borne social costs of family fragmentation exceeds $112 billion per year, especially when all costs to the justice system are recognized.

•  Social protections, especially for women and children, have been evaporating as we have collectively “debased the currency” of marriage.  This debasement continues as a function of adultery; “quickie divorce;” physical and verbal spousal abuse; non-committal co-habitation; pervasive infidelity and “unwed cheating” among celebrities, sports figures and politicians; anti-scientific bias which holds, in complete absence of empirical proof, that non-heterosexual inclinations are genetically determined, irresistible and akin to innate traits like race, gender and eye color; as well as anti-scientific bias which holds, against all empirical evidence, that homosexual behavior in particular, and sexual promiscuity in general, optimizes individual or public health.

The Candidate Vow:

Therefore, in any elected or appointed capacity by which I may have the honor of serving our fellow citizens in these United States, Ithe undersigned do hereby solemnly vow* to honor and to cherish, to defend and to uphold, the Institution of Marriage as only between one man and one woman.  I vow* to do so through my:

•  Personal fidelity to my spouse.

•  Respect for the marital bonds of others.

•  Official fidelity to the U.S. Constitution, supporting the elevation of none but faithful constitutionalists as judges or justices.

•  Vigorous opposition to any redefinition of the Institution of Marriage – faithful monogamy between one man and one woman – through statutory-, bureaucratic-, or court-imposed recognition of intimate unions which are bigamous, polygamous, polyandrous, same-sex, etc.

•  Recognition of the overwhelming statistical evidence that married people enjoy better health, better sex, longer lives, greater financial stability, and that children raised by a mother and a father together experience better learning, less addiction, less legal trouble, and less extramarital pregnancy.

•  Support for prompt reform of uneconomic, anti-marriage aspects of welfare policy, tax policy, and marital/divorce law, andextended “second chance” or “cooling-off” periods for those seeking a “quickie divorce.”

•  Earnest, bona fide legal advocacy for the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) at the federal and state levels.

•  Steadfast embrace of a federal Marriage Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which protects the definition of marriage as between one man and one woman in all of the United States.

•  Humane protection of women and the innocent fruit of conjugal intimacy – our next generation of American children –from human trafficking, sexual slavery, seduction into promiscuity, and all forms of pornography and prostitution, infanticide, abortion and other types of coercion or stolen innocence.

•  Support for the enactment of safeguards for all married and unmarried U.S. Military and National Guard personnel, especially our combat troops, from inappropriate same-gender or opposite-gender sexual harassment, adultery or intrusively intimate commingling among attracteds (restrooms, showers, barracks, tents, etc.); plus prompt termination of military policymakers who would expose American wives and daughters to rape or sexual harassment, torture, enslavement or sexual leveraging by the enemy in forward combat roles.

•  Rejection of Sharia Islam and all other anti-woman, anti-human rights forms of totalitarian control.

•  Recognition that robust childbearing and reproduction is beneficial to U.S. demographic, economic, strategic and actuarial health and security.

•  Commitment to downsizing government and the enormous burden upon American families of the USA’s $14.3 trillion public debt, its $77 trillion in unfunded liabilities, its $1.5 trillion federal deficit, and its $3.5 trillion federal budget.

•  Fierce defense of the First Amendment‟s rights of Religious Liberty and Freedom of Speech, especially against the intolerance of any who would undermine law-abiding American citizens and institutions of faith and conscience for their adherence to, and defense of, faithful heterosexual monogamy.

The Vow of Civic, Religious, Lay, Business, and Social Leaders:

We the undersigned do hereby solemnly vow* that no U.S. Presidential primary candidate – nor any primary candidate for the U. S. House, Senate, Governor, state or municipal office – will, in his or her public capacity, benefit from any substantial form of aid, support, endorsement, contribution, independent expenditure, or affirmation from any of us without first affirming this Marriage Vow.  Furthermore, to uphold and advance the natural Institution of Marriage, we ourselves also hereby vow* our own fidelity to this Declaration and especially, to our spouses.

So help us God.

Please click on THIS LINK TO SUPPORT AND PLEDGE BY THE MARRIAGE VOW


The Modern Vulgar Days of Tennis vs The Good Old Days of Tennis

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

If you want a classic example of how femininity has lost its charm and….well, femininity, you need not look any further than the state of women’s tennis. I think it was Monica Seles who initiated the whole trend of the now de rigueur grunting on the court. Gone are the days of a breezy match where only the bounce of the tennis ball sailed from one set to another. These days you’d swear there was a pig farm next to the match, where pigs grunt and snort each time before, after, and during contact between the ball and anything else.

To drag the idea of sportsmanship through the mud, there are the athletes who – in their off time – double as shameless centerfold models in men’s magazines wearing outfits that are slightly wider than dental floss.

We always point the finger at men for being swine, but you have to inspect the veritable smorgasbord of garbage women are dangling in front of them.

As if that wasn’t enough, there are the outfits. This week, Serena and Venus Williams, two high priestess of gross sartorial violations have been eliminated from Wimbledon. Whoever thought of dressing like prostitutes to a classy game? Compare their sense of taste with the vintage days of women’s tennis:

Is it any wonder the serenity and quiet concentration of classic Wimbledon matches have been violently mauled to shreds by the Williams sisters? It’s true that they have held a long reign of championships. I won’t comment on their suspiciously hyper-testosterone physique. Along with the wins for the U.S. however, decades of ammo are literally handed to the international audience to view Americans as vulgar classless roughnecks, as Williams supporters coarsely roar and bawl words of encouragement ringside.

Who could forget when the notorious clip of Serena Williams threatening a line judge’s ruling with a “I Will KILL YOU!” If this is not the most boorish behavior in sports history, we can’t think of what is.

It’s not politically correct to say so, but we’ll be the first to say Thank god we can carry on with a quiet game at Wimbledon this year. A happy, hopefully enduring, treat to the days when tennis was a civilized sport which women dressed up properly and amused men with a game or two.

Please Help Americans and Red Cross in Disaster Stricken Midwest

Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

source: CBS St Louis Local

We send our prayers and thoughts out to families, individuals, friends, and heroes who are helping out the folks in the heartland of America. We know you are all going through tough times. For all who are unable to be there, please consider helping out by donating to the Red Cross. Here is a quick disaster donation primer. Organizations, when operating outside of American soil, often opt between earmarked and unrestricted donations. “Earmarked” means it is specifically set aside for that disaster and tied up with that event. “Unrestricted” means it will be used for that event and other departments or other disasters as needed.

In our opinion, Red Cross is a reliable organization who are monitored carefully, especially within the U.S. Some may argue that unrestricted donations may go to an event that the donor didn’t intend, but we feel that Red Cross benefits one way or another, as your funds help them to help those in need. Take blood donations, for example. In the case of the Midwest disaster, you may feel that by donating locally, you are not helping a thousand miles away. However, if there is a shortage of blood, your local blood banks may transport their supply out there, in which case, they are in need of replenishment. So for those who are unable to donate financially, we entirely understand, but please consider going over to your local blood banks and donate in another way! America needs you right now!

Visit Red Cross or call 1-800-RED-CROSS; people can also text the word “REDCROSS” to 90999 to make a $10 donation. Contributions may also be sent to local American Red Cross chapters or to the American Red Cross, P.O. Box 37243, Washington, DC 20013.

Japanese Tsunami / Earthquake Crisis: How You Can Help

Monday, March 14th, 2011

Sorry we have been remiss in answering emails and updating the website.  We have been concerned with the welfare of the folks over in Japan.

This is a copy of CNN’s Impact portal for the Japanese Tsunami Situation and how we can help.  Although none of us have any personal friends or relatives over there, we have corresponded with wives and interested readers of our organization. Please have a look and do whatever you can to make a donation. Times are tough, we know.  But not as tough over there, where heat, shelter, food, and water have become humanitarian emergencies at this point.

For more information, please read CNNMoney’s story explaining how donors should watch the crisis unfold before sending contributions. The article also provides tips on what to give, where to give and how to avoid scams.

We saw Japan’s Ambassador to the U.S. Ichiro Fujisaki mention Red Cross as a good choice for Americans to offer their help and support, so if you don’t see your favorite charity foundation below, or are not familiar with any of them, the American Red Cross is a good starting point.  Gail McGovern, President and CEO of the American Red Cross was just on CNN (Piers Morgan) and stated that 91 cents out of every dollar collected will react the victoms of the tragedy.

The American Red Cross sent a disaster expert from Washington to Japan on Monday and the Japanese Red Cross has dispatched dozens of response teams. If you’d like to donate to the Red Cross efforts, text "redcross" to 90999, and you can make a $10 donation to the organization.

Save the Children is sending an emergency team to assist its staff in Japan. Donations to the group’s Children’s Emergency Fund will help preserve the welfare of young ones, who "are always the most vulnerable in a disaster," Eiichi Sadamatsu in central Tokyo said in a statement.

The U.S. State Department is urging U.S. citizens to contact friends and family as soon as possible. They can also e-mail the State Department at JapanEmergencyUSC@state.gov. Those seeking information on security in or travel to Japan can call 1-888-407-4747 or 1-202-501-4444.

The Salvation Army, which has had a presence in Japan since 1895, sent a team to Sendai to assess damages and hopes to provide food, water and other necessities. In Tokyo, the Salvation Army opened its main building to house and feed commuters who were unable to reach their homes.

The aid organization is issuing updates via its blog, and Facebook page. It also is accepting donations via text message. Those interested in contributing $10 to the group can text "japan" or "quake" to 80888.

Globalgiving.com, another aid organization that allows donors to select the causes they want to support including climate change, economic development, human rights and disaster relief has established a Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund. GlobalGiving will disburse funds to organizations providing aid and relief to victims.

Among those organizations are Save the Children and the International Medical Corps. The Corps, which focuses on "health care training and relief and development programs," is coordinating with local authorities and partners to determine the most pressing needs. It also is providing technical expertise and assisting with logistics.

To contribute to the Corps’ efforts, visit its website or text "med" to 80888 to send the group a $10 donation.

And don’t forget the "other" victims of the temblor and tsunami. The American Humane Association, which has been rescuing animals in disasters since 1916, has set up a relief fund for rescuing animals. Donations help provide shelter and care.

You can keep up with American Humane Association developments on Facebook.

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Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

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