The term “bitches”

Owain Glyndwr 2Why do I never refer to women as “bitches”? The term is a sign of the moral decadence of today’s society, I am brought up with ideals of chivalry, you should neither disrespect a woman nor being a beta and fawn over her. I am not saying all women are worthy of respect, far from it, most girls are unenlightened.
Alas the women I interact with must, just as with all men I interact with, be worthy of my respect. Why would I waste time on someone who isn’t? (It isn’t like I have that much time on my hands these days). Thus I don’t use the word. I instead use the word Fair Maiden, which may only be applied to women worthy of respect. For me that also extends to friends’ girlfriends, as I only consort with honourable men I trust them to have acquired an honourable maiden, I have so far been right in this assessment.
Furthermore the term “bitch” stems from a morally and intellectually inferior culture that I do not wish to be associated with. There is nothing epic or glorious at all about such base use of words.
Do you think Leonidas referred to his beloved queen as “bitch”?
Do you think Ivanhoe went about treating women inappropriately?
I want to model myself after a higher ideal and can thus not fall into a lower category, no matter how popular it might be.
Moreover, I would like to stress the importance that no one mistakes this opinion for any form of feminism. Feminism (in today’s sense) is also a sign of a decadent society and a threat to decent values.

To conclude, treat women with respect who deserve respect, do not be concerned by the rest.

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