May 23, 2019
Turns out that religion may be guiding women towards satisfying sex lives instead of sexually “oppressing” them.
Men and women in ‘highly religious’ relationships are more likely to be happy with their sex lives, according to a new survey.
Some 38 percent of married women and 33 percent of married men in ‘highly religious’ relationships say they strongly agree that they are satisfied with the sexual relationship they have with their partner, according to the survey of U.S. adults by the right-leaning Institute for Family Studies.
That’s significantly higher than the 23 percent of women and 20 percent of men in secular marriages who feel the same way. It also surpasses the satisfaction of men (28 percent) and women (22 percent) who are in less religious or mixed-religion marriages.
You can add this to the list of reasons why women in the past were significantly happier than modern women, despite their lack of “empowerment” and “liberation.”
Women in the past were happier with their sex lives, happier with their husbands, happier with their kids and happier with their families.
Now they have disposable sex lives, indifferent bosses, cats and Netflix.
Good job, whores.
Similarly when the study examined couples in 11 different countries, researchers found 68 percent of women and 64 percent of men in religious marriages report being very satisfied in the quality of their relationship.
By comparison, just 50 percent of men and 42 percent of women in less religious or mixed religion relationships report high satisfaction.
In addition, just 52 percent of women and 45 percent of men in secular relationships can say the same thing.
The 11 countries surveyed were the U.S., Argentina, Australia, Chile, Canada, Colombia, France, Ireland, Mexico, Peru and the United Kingdom.
This sends a lot of mixed messages to women. On the one hand they’re told that clitoris über alles and that religion oppresses them, while on the other hand they’re told that religion sexually satisfies them.
Is oppression sexually stimulating for women?
What is a girl supposed to do with this information?
‘In listening to the happiest secular progressive wives and their religiously conservative counterparts, we noticed something they share in common: devoted family men,’ the authors wrote in a New York Times op-ed accompanying the release of the study.
‘Both feminism and faith give family men a clear code: They are supposed to play a big role in their kids’ lives. Devoted dads are de rigueur in these two communities. And it shows: Both culturally progressive and religiously conservative fathers report high levels of paternal engagement.’
Good sex with their wives makes husbands happy.
‘In many respects, this report indicates that faith is a force for good in contemporary family life in the Americas, Europe, and Oceania,’ according to the report.
‘Men and women who share an active religious faith, for instance, enjoy higher levels of relationship quality and sexual satisfaction compared to their peers in secular or less/mixed religious relationships,’ the authors wrote.
Wait – but I thought diversity was good? How come sharing the same fate — which means being pretty similar — brings couples more satisfaction than being mixed-race, and having mixed beliefs and goals?
How come “similar is better”?
‘They also have more children and are more likely to marry. At the same time, we do not find that faith protects women from domestic violence in married and cohabiting relationships,’ they added.
Shush then. Don’t let the goyim hear this.
One of the most disgusting achievements of feminism was to convince women that marriage enslaved them and that their husbands oppressed them while convincing them to enslave themselves for their boss in some random job that sucks the youth and fertility out of them.
Turns out husbands are better masters.