Women must ‘submit and surrender’ to men to be happy: relationship guru

A relationship expert says women must “submit and surrender” to their male partners if they want a successful relationship.

Atlanta native Alisa Abdullaeva took to TikTok to share her ‘confrontation tips’ and shocked social media by saying that women need to admit that men are their superiors.

“[Most women] I want to marry a man who is a provider and protector, the so-called “spiritual speaker” said in the clip, which has had over 900,000 views.

“The key to finding a man who is a provider and protector is learning to respect authority,” she continued. “If we live in a society where we feel equal, men will never feel the desire to protect you and support you.”

Abdullaeva told viewers that there should be a social hierarchy where men rank above women and said this in her mind. “First comes God, then gurus, then men, then women, then cats, dogs and children,” she said.

Abdullaeva took to TikTok to share her “confrontational” advice, shockingly saying that women need to admit that men are their superiors.
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She ended her tough talk about love by saying that “every woman is emotional and out of control with her emotions” and that she often wants a relationship “to go away” [only] the way she wants it.

The viral video has divided viewers, including several women who fired back, saying they couldn’t accept being less than a man in a relationship. Viewers – including men – called his advice ‘terrible’ and ‘nonsense’.

“I’d rather be single, please,” insisted one.

“I don’t agree either,” added another woman, “many men want a strong, confident, independent woman. Many men are attracted to this.

Abdullaeva refused to back down. She told a reviewer: “Only insecure men seek out confident, independent women.”

Still, several viewers agreed with his controversial advice, leaving hundreds of supportive comments.

Abdullaeva admitted his advice was “confrontational” but made no apologies for her old-fashioned approach to dating and relationships. She often shares controversial quotes on TikTok, like the one above.
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The self-proclaimed “spiritual speaker” is a fierce critic of feminism and is unapologetic in her opinions.
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“A smart woman with facts,” enthused one man. Another said: “It’s true! I am ready to provide everything for my (future) wife, but she needs to understand the hierarchy that you have explained.

Another man seemed puzzled by today’s dating standards. “I had a woman tell me we were equals on a first date, and then she got angry when I asked her to split the bill. Hey, we’re equals, right?” he said.

Abdullaeva admitted his advice was “confrontational” but made no apologies for her old-fashioned approach to dating and relationships.

In other videos, the Georgia-based blonde controversially claimed that a man will not respect a woman who has sex before engagement.

She also criticized modern feminism, saying it was “pain, stress, loneliness, justice and the illusion that men are the enemy”.

Abdullaeva has revealed little about her own relationship. She revealed that she was happily married, but did not reveal how long she had been married.

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