Sunday, February 23, 2014

Must not say that wives should be 'submissive'

In the traditional Leftist way, feminists rely on suppressing alternative views in order to get their way

A book advising newly-wed women on how to be "submissive" has become a publishing phenomenon in Spain while outraging feminists who have called for it to be banned.

The polemic book by married Italian author Costanza Miriano titled 'Cásate y sé sumisa – Get Married and Be Submissive – was published by the Catholic Arbishopric of the southern city of Granada in November and soared up the bestseller list.
Costanza Miriano

The book, which was a bestseller in Italy, preaches a message of "loyal obedience, generosity and submission" on the part of the new wife and offers nuggets of advice for the newly-wed on how to please one's husband.



Anonymous said...

Should be called the masochist's handbook. (Latin countries have always maintained the macho/machismo image - hence these very words entering the English language.)

Anonymous said...

If you don't like a book, then don't buy it.

Anonymous said...

Anything that gets up the noses of hypocrite feminists is a winner. They deserve no respect until they campaign for the rights of muslim women.

Anonymous said...

yes, these women feminists want everybody to submit to them. Hey if you don't like a book, don't read it.

Anonymous said...

Both husband and wife have to make adjustments is they want a successful marriage.
If you don't care about having a successful marriage - do whatever you want.

Anonymous said...

why don't liberals mind their own business