Posts Tagged ‘Obedient Wives Club’

Where To Get The Right Advice on Pleasing A Man: Men

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

Is there a possibility that we have wasted years of our lives reading beauty salon glossy magazines on how to make him happy? The answer is Yes. They are written by women for women, entirely removed from the reality of what men want. Imagine men reading articles about how to please a woman ( our husbands would consider this a waste of time ) written by another man.

Back in the pre-internet days, we were limited to where and how we got our information, but in this modern day and age, where access to millions of male minds are at the tip of our fingertips, there is no excuse. Now you might think – as we once did – that websites that give information on how to look after your man would be the place to go. And we try to share our information with you at the Stepford Wives Organization

However, the bookshelf has changed. We need not go to the magazine racks any longer. The place to look is online. And you should be creative. Don’t dismiss any little passing joke, meme, motivation posters, or comments placed by men. This is the genuine Holy Grail we are after: a direct unadulterated route into the minds of men.

The Good Girl Gina meme (above) is one example of a meme (a standard image whereby contributors add their nuggets of wisdom to). Click here at the Good Girl Gina meme page for more. The Good Girl Gina meme is the female counterpart of “Good Guy Greg,” a meme men look to to learn about positive male traits.

Spoof Motivational Posters like the one below are also camouflage places on the internet where men voice their dissatisfaction with the modern woman.

And last of all, there are the maverick writers who shoot from the hip. Though often difficult to swallow, and offensive to our sensitive ears, a woman who truly wants to please her man knows no limits on where to go ONLINE to find new ideas. Here is an article that originally published on E-How that was later removed. Matthew enthusiastically forwarded it to our Liz. And it reinforces the concept set forth by the Obedient Wives Club: if you don’t want your man to cheat, you have to have the knowledge of the working girls out there in what she does. The following link is Not Safe For Work and is not for the faint-of-heart. If you blush easily, please do not click on this text-only link (adults only, sexual content): How To Please A Man

Obedient Wives Club OWC and Global Ikhwan

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

The Stepford Wives Organization has often been stated on the internet as the inspiration behind Malaysia’s OWC (Obedient Wives Club).

Because we do not support polygamy (but accept it if other groups chose it as their way of life) and none of us are Muslims or Jews, we can’t take credit for giving birth to the OWC. However, many of the traditions we observe – pleasing our husbands, agreeing with everything he says, and satisfying his carnal needs in every way, at any time, we do have many parallel goals with the Obedient Wives Club.

The transcript for the above clip is here: SBS Dateline Obedient Wives Club

The Stepford Wives Organization, which began in the 80’s feel that The Obedient Wives Club- which have been attacked by feminists and women’s rights groups, as well as the politically-correct-leaning internet pundits – have been given unfair criticism. Their book Seks Islam, Perangi Yahudi Untuk Kembalikan Seks Islam Kepada Dunia (Islamic Sex, Fighting Jews to Return Islamic Sex to the World), initially offered to the public, has now been withdrawn from sales, and is only available to members.

We feel the OWC’s teachings, like the Stepford Organization’s philosophy towards marriage, have been profoundly misunderstood. We have sent one of our programmers out to Malaysia and Singapore in search of a copy of OWC’s book, and we hope to review it and give it due credit and justice as a source of reasonably good advice.

If you are a member of Global Ikwhan or the Obedient Wives Club (OWC) and can help our person obtain the book, please write us at homemaker@stepfordwives.org.