Monica Huldt, a dedicated homemaker, upholds the belief that her primary responsibility is to ensure her husband's happiness. She diligently prepares meals and maintains a tidy home, even facilitating his connections with other women, given her busy schedule.
At 37 years old, Monica Huldt, hailing from Arizona, describes the role of a classic homemaker as her preferred means of expressing affection. Her unwavering commitment to her husband, John, is so profound that she's willing to go beyond their marital promises, granting him the freedom to engage intimately with other women.
An ordinary day in the life of the Instagram influencer involves preparing meals for John, tending to household chores, and engaging in workouts. Interestingly, she leaves the task of choosing her attire entirely to him, trusting his selection for all her outfits.
"John likes me to dress nicely at home, like sexy-sporty, and he doesn't like me wearing make-up around the house. Some women might not like being told what to do or wear but I love it when he gives me instructions. When I deliver, it makes him happy – and in return that makes me happy''.
"I've always had a submissive side since I can remember and I've always been drawn to assertive and dominant males. I love to make people I love feel good. It's not like I'm a hopeless little girl, it's not that. It's just he's assertive and I like that in a man".
John told Love Don't Judge:
"This sleeping with other women thing, first of all, it's a really small part of our relationship. Monica was cool with it, and I was cool with it. I think it's a luxury I have that probably most guys watching this wish they had just because of genetic programming"
"I can see how people that don't know us might think, 'oh that's not healthy', or 'that's bad', but I think if you're a good person and you're with someone you really, really love and you're soulmates, it's a whole different thing."
"I love my marriage and I love him, and I don't think there's anything stopping us from living like this always. I've actually had childhood friends reach out telling me I've lost my dignity as a woman and I also shouldn't have children because I would be a horrible mum because we do what we do."
As of now, the couple doesn't have any children, but when they do, Monica shares her intentions of raising them in a 'traditional' manner.
"If we have a girl, I'll teach her everything I know on how to be a good wife, and my husband will do the same with our son."
"I believe that just because a woman chooses to be a trad wife, it doesn't make her weak. In fact, the opposite – it takes strength to defy the norm in today's society,"