December 4, 2020

The Death of Chivalry

Gravensteen castle

Today we mourn the passing of Chivalry.  He had a long and lustrous career—placing women in an exalted place and generally being an all around good guy.

He served until a ripe old age, and is survived by his step brothers, Cohabit and Lazy.

Mourning his passing are the very people that caused his passing—the Feminists.

True, it’s not totally their fault, but people will do what they need to do in order to get the object of their desire, and when the women lowered the bar so far as to make no work required (we’re not talking “milk for free” we’re talking “milk delivered to your door in a glass, with a note begging for you to take all you want”), men decided that they no longer had a need for Chivalry and he began to wear out.

Many will have fond memories of Chivalry, and many will try to imitate some of his actions, but no one will be able to replace him.  Unless, of course, someone creates a need for him once more.

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2 thoughts on “The Death of Chivalry

  1. This is so true. Where has chivalry gone? One look at the videos on MTV and you will see that chivalry, unfortunately, is no more. Women are portrayed as nothing more than sex objects in these videos and I’m still wondering where the feminists are on this. Have they decided to give up their fight? Or have they taken pride in the objection of women that permeates our culture?

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  2. @militarywifey: I think that they count it as a badge of honor to be as debased as the boys. Instead of holding a high standard, they’re happy to go for a low one instead.

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