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    Good Examples of Faithful Women

    Too much focus on unfaithful females, on cheating and so on... There are of course lots like that nowadays, but what about focusing on good examples? I am sure we can find good examples of faithful females too!

    Well, I will come with one example... Sorry that it's a French movie series, not a Germanic one, but at least it's European.

    This movie series, the Angélique series from the sixties, really got me! I watched all the movies in a row, a few years ago, I really loved them!

    So, this female is a good example of a faithful, and also powerful, woman. She's my heroine, honestly! She didn't want to be with him in the beginning, as it was a planned marriage against her will, but the man was also wise enough to know how to win her heart, which he did! Then it's a wonderful story about a wonderful couple, and about a faithful woman, I highly recommend it, it's worth watching until the end!

    Here are the detailed descriptions of the movies in the series:

    Angélique, marquise des anges (1964)
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    Merveilleuse Angélique (1965)
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    Angélique et le roy (1966)
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    Indomptable Angélique (1967)
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    Angélique et le sultan (1968)
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    This woman is fantastic, she even resists sleeping with the King of France, who wants her the most! So she's not cheating, even given that chance! And no, even if it's just a movie, I believe it can be possible in reality too, and why not having higher ideals on love, higher ideals like that?

    She even goes after him no matter what, to be with the one she loves... It's a really nice adventure too! She gets raped in the process, unfortunately, and that's against her will, so it's not cheating, and her man takes revenge on those who dared to touch her afterwards!

    In my opinion, this is a good example of how a faithful a woman should be, but her partner should be worth it, of course.

    Personally, I said it many times to my ex-partner that I would even go in Hell to take him out of there, which I did many times, figuratively, of course, and even if it was difficult I didn't regret it any second, and I would have done it again if given the chance! You have to defend the one you love and care about him as a woman too!

    And in my first longer relationship, I was also protective of him, I was also his best friend, caring about what he did and what was happening to him, even if he had multiple girlfriends and I was just the unofficial one, but the most stable one and the one that cared about him the most. Even his mother loved me.
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    My second wife was faithful until the relationship was completely over and we were legally divorced. My current woman is faithful
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    Hmmm... How can we really be certain regarding this matter of fidelity?

    My wife assured me of her faithfulness to me. And even though I believe her, there is still that trace of doubt in my mind.

    Of course I can attribute the cause of this doubt to my own insecurity that evolved due to my previous experience with unfaithful women.

    As for attesting to the faithfulness of women other than my wife, I'm only willing to accept the word of those who know them personally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gareth Lee Hunter View Post
    Hmmm... How can we really be certain regarding this matter of fidelity?

    My wife assured me of her faithfulness to me. And even though I believe her, there is still that trace of doubt in my mind.

    Of course I can attribute the cause of this doubt to my own insecurity that evolved due to my previous experience with unfaithful women.
    It's bad when you can't trust each other... Sometimes it has nothing to do with your current partner, but with previous experiences only. That's why it's advisable to heal all the wounds from previous relationships before going into a new one... But sometimes it's not possible and both you and your partner have to deal with it.

    I know from my previous relationship, he had so many wounds from previous relationships, as he was 20+ years older than me, he had a lot of time to get his heart wounded so many times... It was really difficult to deal with it. It was not about faithfulness in my case, but other things. And I hated it when he compared me to other women he had in his lifetime and sometimes even coming to the Middle Ages thing about "women being evil" or "women having no soul". He of course felt sorry afterwards about saying that to me, but it still hurt me.

    Sometimes we have to accept it that we go into new relationships with all luggage we still have left from previous ones... I guess I also have some doubt about men being faithful, and I wonder if that really exists, and if exists if it is just a rare thing or not... Jealousy is really toxic and poisonous for relationships, it can ruin everything! And sometimes it's based on unreal assumptions, unfortunately!
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    A famous faithful female:

    Spoiler!

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    Strange tales: the ‘treue Weiber’ of Weinsberg

    The town of Weinsberg in Württemberg is famous for two things: wine (as its name implies) and the women who tricked the King of Germany.

    Weinsberg has never been a large place, today more of a commuter town for nearby Heilbronn but it has a strong and important link to the German wine industry.

    In the 12th century however, it was the scene of a siege that placed Conrad of Hohenstaufen on the throne of the Holy Roman Empire.



    The conflict sprang out of who would become ‘King of the Romans’ (confusingly meaning the Germanic and Italian peoples governed under the Holy Roman Empire) following the death of Lothair III in 1138.

    Conrad III of Hohenstaufen, the Duke of Swabia and Henry the Proud of Welf, Duke of Saxony and Bavaria both claimed the throne (with Henry’s claim taken up by his son Henry the Lion following his death in 1139) and so a civil war ensued which came to a head at the castle of Weinsberg in 1140.

    The castle was located on the important trade route between Heilbronn and Schwäbisch Hall and was held by Welf forces.

    After a long siege the castle capitulated on 21 December after Conrad decisively defeated a relieving army commanded by Welf VI, a younger brother of Henry the Proud. Conrad, annoyed by how long the small castle had held out, determined to execute the garrison but allowed the women to leave unmolested.



    In his terms he said that the women could take with them anything they could carry at which the canny women took their children and menfolk on their backs and walked out of the castle.

    Despite the spluttering of his nobility Conrad, impressed by the womens’ guile, laughed it off and said a king should keep his word.

    The German civil war eventually migrated to Italy under Conrad’s grandson Frederick I ‘Barbarossa’ where it became known as the Guelph Ghibelline War. The various shifting loyalties of the nobilities and mercantile towns of during this conflict can be seen today in the heraldry of nearly every winemaking town and municipality across Asti, Tuscany, Lombardy and Emilia-Romagna – if you know what you’re looking for.



    The women, meanwhile, have gone down in legend as the ‘Treue Weiber von Weinsberg’ (The true or loyal wives of Weinsberg’) but, sadly, legend is all the story might be.

    What is not legend though is the development of the wine industry around Weinsberg itself and its prominent place in winemaking along the Neckar.

    Managed by a noble family installed by Conrad, a large permanent settlement began to coalesce around the castle mount in the year 1200 with the building of the Johanneskirche.

    So should you visit or simply pass by Weinsberg today, spare a thought for the wily women who outfoxed a king.

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    Now that's what I call loyalty and dedication.
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    Ah, my bad for not being more explicit...

    Quote Originally Posted by Aelfgar View Post
    A famous faithful female:

    Spoiler!
    Yes, female dogs can be very faithful! I have one example too, I don't have a handy photo of her now, also because she's shy and doesn't like to be photographed from close distance... The story is that we needed a faithful dog to help us guard a property, because we had so many dogs there, who were just wandering all day around in the surroundings, not staying there all the time, but coming mainly just to eat. Most of them were male dogs, only one female. Some of us prayed to find a faithful dog to be there all the time, and one morning we just found her: a baby female dog coming from who knew where, staying there next to our little home! We called her "Dara" (which is supposed to mean "gift from the Gods"), as she really was a gift from the Gods! She never left us, she grew up there, and she is still there, on that property, guarding it, even though some of us left. Each time I go there with my ex, she doesn't bark at us (she barks at anyone else), but she's coming silently to greet us! She's so sweet and kind, I really miss her sometimes!

    This experience made me strengthen my idea that by Nature females are more faithful than males... We were given a female dog, not a male dog!


    Quote Originally Posted by Chlodovech View Post

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    Now that's what I call loyalty and dedication.
    What a great example! This made me reflect for a while... What if a woman was too weak physically to carry her husband like that? I think she still might gave it a try, rather die trying than living without her loved one!

    Also... think about the example of berserkr, in some extreme situations one can have tremendous power to defend others, or to fight against the enemy! It may happen in usual life too, when having to defend someone to have more power than you ever thought you might have... I have to admit I am usually afraid of dogs (in my home country it's a difficult situation with stray dogs), but in two extreme cases I forgot about that fear and I confronted the dogs, or even chased the dogs, to defend someone dear! Only after that I realized what I did... I acted without even thinking about it, I just had to do it!

    They say that for the courageous heart nothing is impossible! So these were courageous women, I think...

    Nice!
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    Woman poses as sheriff's deputy, releases boyfriend from jail



    A woman from Arkansas now will spend time behind bars after she posed as a California sheriff's deputy to get her boyfriend out of jail.

    Maxine Feldstein has been sentenced to 15 years in prison after she pleaded guilty to forgery, third-degree escape and second-degree criminal impersonation, KFSM reported.

    Feldstein gave fake paperwork to Washington County Detention Center last July. Jailers thought the paperwork was real and released Nicholas Lowe.

    Lowe, according to court documents, told Feldstein to pretend she was a deputy from Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, KFSM reported.

    He told Feldstein to tell Washington County officials California was “having issues with overcrowding and all low-priority extraditions have been suspended,” court documents stated.

    Feldstein, who had bonded out of jail hours before, called the Washington County Jail, saying she was Ventura County Deputy L. Kershaw, KFSM reported.



    Officials realized two days later they had been duped when a real Ventura County deputy called to pick up Lowe.

    Law enforcement arrested the couple about a month later.

    Lowe also pleaded guilty to third-degree escape and was sentenced to one year in prison, but was given credit for 167 days served. He will have a five-year suspended sentence once he’s released by the Arkansas Department of Correction, according to KFSM.



    Source: FOX
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