The idea of men being protector/providers to their women may seem old fashion to modern feminist sensibilities. Feminists may say “Men have been protector/providers historical”
They use the word “Historically” because history can be dismissed. This fuels their worldview of social constructs. It allows them to think it is merely a bygone tradition with little rational meaning.
But while feminists verbally dismiss the idea of men being protector/providers what do we see them do with their actions? They seek men who are larger/taller and who make more money. The reason why they are hypocritical is because there are biological reasons for it.
A woman needs a man provide for her because of the innate knowing that she could be physically incapacitated with child in womb. Man and woman are a team in procreation. And a woman needs a man who will provide and protect her during this vulnerable time.
The Wall Speaks book is about masculine frame, it teaches how to live with one woman. Frame is not about promiscuity.
This algorithm plays in a woman’s mind regardless of if she is wanting to have children. It is the code in her base nature. That is why a woman who is successful with money will still seek a man who makes more. It is her base that is seeking.
“Men have historically been protector/providers” is a way a woman can dismiss this framework, but she will still be influenced by it. Psychology is built atop biology. Women know they are inherently more vulnerable and exposed to reality.
A man is away of the truth of biology. We know that a man is biological built to be a protector/provider for his woman. Even the provider role is a better fit for men because we have a greater sexual drive, and this energy can be used in our masculine ambition if redirected.
Lift weights. Make money. Take the masculine role of protector/provider role seriously. It is in alignment with our species and not anti-human like the chaos of feminist ideology. We are wise to human nature unlike foolish women.
Jerr Rrej is the author of The Wall Speaks.
The Wall Speaks is an easy to read guide on learning masculine frame.