Myths surrounding women’s education abound (Ladies: that big, last word means “there’s a lot of them”). Have you fallen prey to any of them?


Myth: There are countless benefits to educating women, including strengthening the economy, lowering birth and infant mortality rates, and more.

That’s what the evil feminists want you to believe. They back up their statements with “data” and “sources,” but an uneducated woman knows better: such things mean nothing. Who needs “data” and “sources” when women have been second-class citizens for thousands of years? If women were truly valuable, why were those systems of oppression in place for so long? We at the WAE know: they were in place for so long because they worked.


Myth: Men and women are equals.

Another feminist lie! Men are clearly above women. How do we know this? Because they have penises. That automatically makes them better than women.


Myth: I need a college education to enhance my critical thinking skills.

Women should never be critical thinkers in the first place. Time and time again, we at the WAE have seen that education and critical thinking skills directly results in women thinking they are equal to men—a belief that jeopardizes happy marriages for both husband and wife.


Myth: An education will help me to become a more productive member of society.

Just the opposite happens when you get an education. When you are in school, that means you are not devoting your full time and attention to the most important things in life: marriage, child-bearing, and homemaking. You become a less productive member of society when you’re in school.



Myth: A real man will value me for my thoughts, intellect, and personality.

Real men only value women for their beauty, ability to please them in bed, and skills with cooking, housekeeping, and child-rearing. The right kind of man will be intimidated and emasculated if you ever express your thoughts or opinions—something that education tends to make women believe is acceptable, even encouraged.

Remember, ladies—masculinity is like a fine piece of china: beautiful and priceless yet oh-so-fragile. It is your duty to cultivate this delicate masculinity and protect it from any sort of harm. The number one cause of failed marriage is wives damaging husbands’ egos. Don’t let that happen to you.


Myth: I can be anything I want to be.

Your only option in life is to be a wife, mother, and homemaker. This is because women are the only sex capable of bearing children—meaning it is your duty in life to have as many as possible.


Myth: My parents want me to go to college and get a degree.

Your parents say this only because Obama has been poisoning the water with toxins to control the minds of the American people. They have been brainwashed; somewhere, deep down inside, they are screaming in protest as they ask you, “Where are you planning to apply for college, sweetie?” Make no mistake: they do not want you in college.


Myth: As a woman, I am strong, smart, and capable.

No, you aren’t.