Of course, guys started talking about good sex, cooking, swag, yadda, yadda, yadda. It definitely reinforced why some guys make horrible decisions when choosing a mate.
The superficial things that we may crave as men have nothing to do with her being a "good woman". Her ability to cook, clean, or do whatever domestic chores that we traditional men tend to enjoy means nothing either.
A "good woman" is someone a man is proud of each time he enters the room with her. Not for what she may bring to the table in looks and style, but for what her presence does. She has an aura of royalty and regalness about her.
Here is my response to the post on Facebook on what I think a "good woman" is:
Someone who pours her heart into everything that she does. People admire her and want to be like her. She makes people around her better in some way. Her name brings about a sense of pride and not shame in any way. She would be respected by the lowest of the low as well as the highest of the high. Being a good woman has absolutely nothing to do with a man, but everything to do with herself.
In my opinion, being a "good woman" has absolutely nothing to do with what she can do for me as a man. It has everything to do with her reputation being worthy of respect.