Matthias advocated against the progression of the women related rights and it was instilled in the followers as well. This dehumanized behavior was performed as the continuous effort to suppress the women. However, the growing brutalities only made the essentiality of the women’s rights more obvious to the people which resulted in the demise of the Kingdom. This is evident through the following quote:
“In keeping with his moderate evangelicalism, he publicly condemned luxury and applauded the new domestic influence of women (though he insisted that women’s “natural and amiable timidity” should keep them out of the sphere of “the stronger sex”). He insisted, however, that church-going ladies could find clothes that were both fashionable and modest. Mrs. Folgers’ extreme demands for plain dress were to his mind “preposterous or anti-Christian.
The combination of the two major changes were Market Revolution and the Second Great Awakening. This resulted in the changes within the manner in which the society functions as it provided with increased opportunities to the women for holding the power which further led towards the fall of kingdom.
It is to consider that the technological advancements were the major component of change that facilitated faster knowledge sharing and exchange of information. This provided with easy travel to the people inclusive of Matthews that further shaped his religious beliefs and resulted in continuous change along with the tool for promotion of his ideas.