Obedience on the part of the male is the single most important aspect of a successful Female-led relationship. In our family women have long given the orders and men have followed them. Males followed a female-dictated routine of domestic chores structured to ensure everything was done AND done according to the standards set forth by the women. If things weren’t done right, they were done over and over again, if need be, until things were done properly. Too many mistakes and appropriate discipline was administered. Such discipline might include loss of privileges, extra chores, closer supervision by one of the females, or even physical punishment. The family Matron would determine the need for discipline and who would administer it.
Routine and structure are essential to maintaining discipline and ensuring all chores are done properly and on time. Our rules, the Protocols, spell things out for males in great detail; it’s not enough to say “Clean the living room.” What does that mean? Well, the Protocols spell it out, all 50-plus items, to ensure that the job of cleaning the living room will be done properly and to the women’s satisfaction. Men like routine and they like being told what to do. Ladies, make sure you tell them what to do!
There’s more to obedience than cleaning, of course; there’s behavior! Males speak when spoken to, otherwise they remain quiet, deferring conversation to the women. Honorifics are important, too. It’s “Yes, Ma’am” or “No, Ma’am.” Never an excuse. “Miss” is a must for younger females. “Yes, Miss Morgan.” Females are always accorded a curtsy or, if the male is serving, a stoop and bow. There’s a right way to serve a drink, clear a place setting, and light a cigarette for a woman. When females speak, men listen, listen for tidbits of information and enlightenment that only females can provide.