And though he bequeath them not, yet are they the husband's executor's and not the wife's which brought them to her husband.
They believe this is just the start and that we are heading into a female-led future.
Thus the women of Xantia need some company, not to mention some strong backs to perform all the physical labor.
As long as the husband buys into the teaching that he is sinful, it does what it is supposed to.
I think the most realistic and best outcome has already had the wheels oin motion.
Almost all of Shakespeares contemporaries would have agreed with the tamed Kate in her final speech of submission in Taming of the Shrew: Thy husband is thy lord, thy life, thy keeper, Thy head, thy sovereign, one that cares for thee.