I’ve heard of men who would rather wear a widow hat over their head than a widow’s cap. A widow’s hat is the equivalent of a long-sleeved shirt with a veil covering it. The brim keeps the hat from falling off your face and the veil covers the hair so you can see the face of the person who wears it. A widow’s cap is the same thing, with the exception that it’s a hat that you wear over your head.
If you’re a male in this society, I guess that would make you a widow. But there are men who can’t do the widow thing because they’ve got something special they want to hide from everyone else. A couple of years ago I met a man named Paul, who I will call “Paul.” I’m no longer sure of his name. But he’s a widower.
Paul is a widower. I was just about to add that he is also a man in a society that has a very different definition of “male.” But you can be a widow and also a man. This is what I call the “male widow” phenomenon.
Paul is a widower and a man. That’s it. Now, I’m not saying that everyone who is a widower automatically becomes a man, but it sure seems like it. That is why I called the male version of Widow.
The Male Widow phenomenon is not a new phenomenon, but I think it is an idea that is very prevalent today. I would argue that widowers are mostly men. Widowers are mostly men because they are mostly men. But there are those of us who are widowers. We are widowers because men are not going into an all-male society where men are the sole and exclusive survivors. So there must be a few men who are widowers.
Widowers exist. They exist in the old world, but they exist in the new. There are the ones who are widowers. There are the ones who are widowers but not male. There are men who are widowers but not male. So it seems that widowers are more common than they were in the old world.
The term “widower” is a bit of a joke. A widow is someone who marries and dies and has no children. A widower is someone who marries and dies and has children. You can’t have children if you have married. But if you are a female and can’t afford to get married, you can be a widow and have a child or two who will be old enough to be orphaned. A male widower is someone who marries and then dies.
In the old world, when a man died, his wife became the widow of his estate. In the new world, a woman has three chances before she dies. She can remarry, but only once. If she marries, she has one chance before she can remarry. If she remarries, she can give her husband one more chance before she dies. If she dies, she has no more chances to remarry, or die.
The idea that a man is allowed one more chance at life is a little odd. Maybe it’s because we’re used to seeing women die way sooner, but I don’t know. I just find it weird that there’s an option that is so low on the list of options to consider.
Widow, in my opinion, should be a last resort. I think it should be the first one. I think if she dies, one should be the first resort. That way, the next time she’s in a position to remarry, as she will be, she’ll be prepared. The fact that she has to find that out from her husband is a bit offputting though. She’s supposed to die in her husband’s arms.