Author Archives: Dalrock

From celibate boyfriend to celibate husband (true love doesn’t wait).

Pugsley’s story shows the folly of the celibate boyfriend: When I met my then boyfriend-now husband, I told him right away that I was saving myself for marriage and he was fine with that because it was my body, my … Continue reading

Posted in Finding a Spouse, Foolishness, Frigidity, New Morality, Romantic Love | 844 Comments

Corrupted purity.

MarcusD pointed out a recent article by Samantha Pugsley:  I Waited Until My Wedding Night To Lose My Virginity And I Wish I Hadn’t.  Salon published the same article under the title My Christian virginity pledge nearly destroyed me. This is of … Continue reading

Posted in Frigidity, Miserliness, New Morality, Ugly Feminists | 136 Comments

What is modern marriage for?

Why, divorce, of course: The singular reason I wish I were actually married to my SO is so I could divorce his fucking ass. Many would no doubt argue that this woman is an exception, and/or that no fault divorce … Continue reading

Posted in Denial, Divorce, Threatpoint | 682 Comments

Frigidity is ugly.

Commenter Jen reminds us that miserliness isn’t the only option for a wife: Honestly, if a woman loves her husband, even if she’s NOT in the mood, she’ll be more than happy to acquiesce simply out of her love for … Continue reading

Posted in Foolishness, Frigidity, Game, Miserliness, Ugly Feminists | 288 Comments

Frigidity and power.

With as much as has been written about the sex denial spreadsheet, one aspect I haven’t seen addressed is the issue of power and how the fear of losing power was a core motivating factor for the women involved.  This … Continue reading

Posted in Albert Mohler, Denial, Frigidity, Miserliness, Solipsism, Status of marriage, Ugly Feminists | 375 Comments