What Makes A Good Wife? As told by the Black Panther. 5 secrets for healthy disagreements

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Hey, T’Challa said it, not me.

T’Challa: You would make a great Queen [meaning wife] if you weren’t so stubborn.

Nakia: It is because I am so stubborn that I would make an excellent wife, if that’s what I wanted.

I am going to try my best to keep the spoilers to a minimum because I acknowledge that everyone hasn’t seen the movie yet. If you still plan to see it, you can safely read. It’s okay.

The spoiler-free context of this post is that T’Challa, also known as The Black Panther, was trying to get the amazing Lupita Nyong’o’s character to make certain life decisions. She was being very strong willed and refused. His statement was one that I immediately jotted down in the theater because I felt a certain connection to the emotions of both characters.

On the one hand, T’Challa seemed to be expressing that he would be able to share his kingdom if they could agree on certain big picture life choices. Her inability to bend or listen to “reason” made him reluctant to share his thrown. On the other hand, Nakia highlighted that a Queen should feel strongly about important things and not bend when it comes to subjects that matter.

Who’s right?

Read the rest of this post over at The Gyneco-(b)Logic.

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