Yes IPX Ninja, that is right, just as it is our job as women to accept our mates exactly as they are as well.
It really doesn't work, to try to change someone. So it's best to just accept the person as they are.
People do change, yes, but it is from within that true changes are enacted.
Yes Iyah the I made perfect points about the intentions, and the ability to fake modesty based on what is expected.
Over time I have relaxed some of the regulations that I had imposed upon myself when I first start trodding. I realized that I really was trying to go by someone else's set of rules when really my own conscience tells me differently.
And thankfully no one is there judging me for making those choices. Just there supporting me, loving me, respecting me.
I'm here as a womban trodding Rastafari over 10 years, with a Kingman who trod over 15 years, to tell all Rastawomban who are questioning what it means to be Rasta or what their roles or rights are that you don't have to live by anyone's rules, and that you have every right in existence. Be upful and right and give yourself grace for any mistakes - and find a man who is strong enough in himself that he feels no need to control you.
Our souls are on a path of evolution to the highest level of self. Why would you deter that path to be subjugated to a man - or why, as a man, would you incur that karma which would depress your soul by trying to control a woman?
Let us all be free and live up, man or womban, all of us must have full autonomy and go through the paths of soul ascension to higher levels, higher and higher. This happens through self discipline and self mastery, which leads to soul empowerment.
Olive branch the I made a post about higher levels. These are the higher levels that I know of.