The nature of woman is far removed from what the 'authorities' that is : 'organized religion' would have us believe.
For these men hate.
First of all, WOMEN ARE NOT 'evil', 'weak', helpless etc. etc.
When one understands the true essence of woman, one will then understand:
a) Why a knight speaks with respect to every lady. b) Why a gentleman opens all doors for a woman and allows her to proceed first. c) Why he holds a seat out for her, when she sits down. d) Why he takes off his own jacket and spreads it on a puddle of water, so she does not get her feet wet.This isn't some romantic garbage that we see on TV or Film today.
To start your journey on understanding the nature of woman, I recommend studying The Book of Proverbs.
Here is an excerpt from The Book of Proverbs, that gives us only a clue on our journey of comprehending the True Nature of Woman.
Her husband puts his confidence in her,
And lacks no good thing.
She is good to him, never bad,
All the days of her life.
She looks for wool and flax,
And sets her hand to them with a will.
She is like a merchant fleet,
Bringing her food from afar.
She rises while it is still night,
And supplies provisions for her household,
The daily fair for her maids.
She sets her mind on an estate and acquires it;
She plants a vineyard by her own labors.
She girds herself with strength,
And performs her tasks with vigor.
She sees that her business thrives;
Her lamp never goes out at night.
She sets her hand to the distaff;
Her fingers work the spindle.
She gives generously to the poor;
Her hands are stretched out to the needy.
She is not worried for her household because of snow,
For her whole household is dressed in crimson.
She makes covers for herself;
Her clothing is linen and purple.
Her husband is prominent in the gates,
As he sits among the elders of the land.
She makes cloth and sells it,
And offers a girdle to the merchant.
She is clothed with strength and splendor;
She looks to the future cheerfully.
Her mouth is full of wisdom,
Her tongue with kindly teaching.
She oversees the activities of her household
And never eats the bread of idleness.
Her children declare her happy;
Her husband praises her,
"Many women have done well,
But you surpass them all."
Grace is deceptive,
Beauty is illusory;
It is for her Fear of The Lord [ for her Wisdom ]
That a woman is to be praised.
Extol her for the fruit of her hand,
And let her works praise her in the gates.
Proverbs 31: 10 - 31
Strive not to give in to the idea that a woman is not as clever, smart, etc as a man.
This evil idea is a trap for the mind.
The Book of Proverbs will clue you in on the true nature of woman.
Remember, down here on earth, everything is encoded truth. It is your job to solve the many parables you encounter in your lifetime.