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Trump For President

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

We have to say, Donald Trump wasn’t exactly our first choice for the president of the United States of America.

Donald Trump and wife Melania

Donald Trump and wife Melania

But the more the election campaign goes on, the more we realize Trump is our man. The ethos of conservatism is to return society back to the way things were (on top of, of course, balancing the budget, respect, local government, and reasonable spending).  So what is the way things were?

 

We at the Stepford Wives Organization feel that men have become so effeminated and delicate due to the political correct ( PC = politically correct ) climate that they have strayed and lost their way from being men. Men don’t say “I respect you and will do whatever you want.”

 

Men talk like Trump:

“I moved on her, and I failed. I’ll admit it…. I did try and f— her. She was married,” Trump says.

Trump continues: “And I moved on her very heavily. In fact, I took her out furniture shopping. She wanted to get some furniture. I said, ‘I’ll show you where they have some nice furniture.’”

“I moved on her like a bitch, but I couldn’t get there. And she was married,” Trump says. “Then all of a sudden I see her, she’s now got the big phony tits and everything. She’s totally changed her look.”

On Arianne Zucker, the actress who is waiting to escort them into the soap-opera set.

“Your girl’s hot as s—, in the purple,” says Bush, who’s now a co-host of NBC’s “Today” show.

“Whoa!” Trump says. “Whoa!”

“I’ve got to use some Tic Tacs, just in case I start kissing her,” Trump says. “You know I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait.”

“And when you’re a star, they let you do it,” Trump says. “You can do anything.”

“Whatever you want,” says another voice, apparently Bush’s.

“Grab them by the p—y,” Trump says. “You can do anything.”

What’s wrong with this? Nothing at all!

Men have to return to being men! This is what drives and energizes us women!

We may not like or approve his approach, but you can’t just demand that men behave like old fashion men on certain issues, and stay modern men on others.

Let’s face it ladies….we read “bodice rippers” romance novels not for grammatical structure and literary imagery. We read it for MEN!

You want the old-fashion lumberjack beard, you have to accept what goes with the beard!

 

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The Correct Way to Wear A Garter Belt (Panties Over or Under?)

Sunday, July 12th, 2015

Stepford Wives Garter Belt

We have always encouraged wearing garter belts – even on a daily basis under clothing you wear to please your husband, or ones he picks for you. It harks back to the golden days when things were simpler for men and maintaining femininity is a complicated affair.

One of the questions we have seen repeatedly is whether to wear your undies under or over the garter belt. A reader on yahoo answers sums it up best. We’ll let her take it from here:

I am from France. Garter belts over panties is only for modeling purposes. It is ridiculous to actually wear them this way. Might as well wear pantyhose! First, it’s easier to go to the bathroom with the panties over! Next, the whole purpose (nowadays) behind the garter is its sexiness, and its sexiness lies in the idea of “readiness” for sex, whereas pantyhose, which can be attractive, are a complete shield. If you wear the garter over the panty, how could you shed the panty easily? Just picture both scenarios and you will see the logic of wearing the garter under the panty. Plus you get the option of keeping your stockings on, very sexy!
And yes, you do have the option of not wearing underwear under your garter. But again, why take away your guy’s pleasure in having at least one symbolic “obstacle” to overcome?
Sexiness is not just the “look”, it’s all those implicit ideas behind the look! source: https://goo.gl/KOud7p

You can read more about Garter Belts on our Stepford Wives Organization’s main site’s dressing page: Click Here To Go To Our Dressing Page

The Stepford Wives Organization in 3 minutes

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

For those of you ladies who are on the go (and you have our condolences), you can see the entire Stepfordwife.com / Stepfordwives.org website encapsulated in this Saturday Night Live 3 minute guide featuring January Jones. Btw, we adore her in AMC’s Mad Men!

A Stepford Wife Votes Who Her Husband Tells Her To Vote For

Monday, November 1st, 2010

Midterm Elections are here! And though we are sure rooting for our husbands’ party. We girls admire what women suffragists did for pushing for a woman’s right to vote. However we feel that we are mostly not smart enough to take the entire political picture into consideration. The world of men and the business of running a country is really too confusing for us.

Happily, for those of us who use the polling station as a way to socialize and say hi to the other girls, we have our husbands to tell us how and who to vote for. We listen to our men and trust they know the right candidate to pick. A very few of the more inquisitive wives sometimes ask their husbands how they come to their choices. Almost all the time, the more liberal and open-minded men would just chuckle and say “how cute it is you’re trying to appear smart! Just put your practice ballots over ours, and trace our picks.”

The rest of the husbands just tell us to stay at home. They say those flashing lights and buttons are too complicated for us to work.

And that’s fine by us!

Stepford Wife Doormat

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

stepford wife doormat.  step on me

A few of the guys in our husbands’ club told us to get personalized doormats for our homes. We wanted to get nice floral ones, but were told we should get these instead. We thought it was a great idea since they seem, for some reason unknown to us, to be quite tickled by it. So we are looking into it! We just wished there were a pair of pretty daisies up at the corner.

I Will Be An Obedient Wife, I Will – Yes I Will!

Monday, October 18th, 2010

British musicians Sam Richards and Tish Stubbs got together to perform this old folk song that can be found in THE SHILLING Song Book A COLLECTION OF 175 OF THE MOST FAVORITE National, Partiotic, Sentimental, and Comic. BALLADS OF THE DAY by W.E. Tunis. It is also mentioned in the The Arkansas Traveler’s Songbook. It is written in 1835 by Alexander Lee. We are not sure whether it is an American or English folk song, although that tends to be a casual borrowing of melodies in those early times. We are sharing the original with you, followed by our modernised version.

I’LL BE NO SUBMISSIVE WIFE.
by Alexander Lee

I’ll be no submissive wife,
No, not I-no, not I;
I’ll not be a slave for life,
No, not I-no, not I;
I’ll be no submissive wife,
No, not I-no, not I;
I’ll not be a slave for life,
No, not I-no, not I !
Think you, on a wedding-day,
That I said, as others say,
“Love, and honor, and obey-
Love, and honor, and obey”?

No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, not I!

Chorus, ” Love, and honor, and obey-
Love, and honor, and obey”?
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, not I;
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, not I;
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, not I

I to dulness don’t incline,
No, not I-no, not I;
Go to bed at half-past nine ?
No, not I-no, not I !
I to dulness don’t incline,
No, not I-no, not I;
Go to bed at half-past nine?
No, not I-no, not I !
Should a humdrum husband say
That at home I ought to stay,
Do you think that I’ll obey-
Do you think that I’ll obey?
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, not I!
Do you think that I’ll obey-
Do you think that I’ll obey?

No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, not I
No, no, no, etc.


No here is our version:

I’LL WILL BE AN OBEDIENT WIFE.
by the Stepford Wives Organization

I’ll be an obedient wife,
Yes I will – yes I will;
I’ll be an obedient wife,
Yes I will – yes I will;
I’ll be an obedient wife,
Yes I will – yes I will;
Think you, on a wedding-day,
That I said, as others say,
“Love, and honor, and obey-
Love, and honor, and obey”?

Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, I will!

Chorus, ” Born to please, live to serve-
Born to serve, live to please”?

Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, I will!
Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, I will!
Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, I will!

I to argue don’t incline,
No, not I-won’t opine;
Go to bed at half-past nine ?
No, not I-no, not I !
I to disagree, don’t incline,
No, not I-won’t opine;
When he wants pleasure anytime?
No, not I-Won’t deny!
Should a humdrum husband say
That at home I ought to stay,
Do you think that I’ll obey-
Do you think that I’ll obey?
Of course I will that’s the Stepford way!
Do you think that I’ll obey-
Do you think that I’ll obey?

Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, that’s the Stepford way!

The Ideal Husband and the Good Wife (update: January 21, 2010)

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

I am reading F. Carolyn Graglia’s book Domestic Tranquility. She seems to have it in for the feminists, who – in her perspective – worked hard to diminish the role of the wife and homemaker. It was written in 1998. I hope that feminists have soften a little and realize the role of a homemaker is one of many choices available to women. After all, the prize that feminists – since the days of Senecca Falls – fought for is choice. This means the freedom to chose their role in their lives, whether it be lawyer, doctor, politician, feminazi, rock and roller, pole dancer, police officer, or housewife, mother, or homemaker. Not all women want, need, or enjoy being a powerbroker with a corner office. To demand that that one occupation is superior to another (and that we should all vie for that position) is to fall into the very trap of railroading everyone into your singular vision of an ideal world. Isn’t this the very crime feminists have long accused male-run patriarchal society of committing?

We at Stepfordwives Organization believe single women should pursue their dreams and do what pleases them. However, once they enter into marriage, there’s many different roles husbands and wives could fill. None is more right than the other, and none is better or worse. These are our outlines for what we feel is an ideal husband and a good wife, according to the blue ribbon quality we at Stepford Wives Organization cherish. As you can see, everyone’s plate is full, so you better love what you do!

In order of importance, from least important trait (10) to most important (1)

The Ideal Husband

10. Escorts his wife in public.
9. Stays healthy physically and in outlook
8. Inspires hope and trust through honesty and fidelity.
7. Sets a moral example for the wife and children to respect and follow
6. Determines what his wife should do and when
5. Educates his wife and his family
4. Makes decisions regarding his wife
3. Protects his wife and his family
2. Leads his wife and his family
1. Provides for his wife and his family

The Good Wife:

11. Inspires love and understanding by yielding
10. Stays in shape and maintains a physique that pleases her husband
9. Dresses and behaves in a conservative, prim, respectable manner in public to gain respect for her husband. Dresses and behaves whichever way her husband pleases in private.
8. Is loyal to her husband, siding with him and agreeing with his views.
7. Maintains and cleans the home, picking up after the children and her husband if necessary.
6. Provides a warm, inviting haven for her husband to come home to
5. Cooks daily meals and snacks according to her husband’s wishes
4. Obeys her husband’s wishes
3. Ignites husband’s sexual drive and fulfills his appetite on demand.
2. Cherishes her role as her husband’s wife, committed and devoted to her place beside him.
1. Cherishes her husband, committed and devoted to him, making him feel loved, needed, admired, and special in her life.