Category Archives: Choice Addiction

Rationalizing sluttery as a path to marriage.

Meet Kristina from Rolling Stone’s Tales From the Millennials’ Sexual Revolution: …she doesn’t want to date; she wants to have sex, which thanks to the fact that she is cute and vivacious, she seems to do quite frequently. “My friends and … Continue reading

Posted in Choice Addiction, Cracks in the narrative, Death of courtship, Feral Females, Finding a Spouse, Foolishness, Rationalization Hamster, Slut | 733 Comments

Their open marriages are threatening her serial monogamy.

Jenny Erikson worries that some parents aren’t doing promiscuity the right way, and as a result they are creating the wrong kind of chaos for their children: Of course promises get broken, but how can you raise children in such chaos … Continue reading

Posted in Choice Addiction, Feral Females, Jenny Erikson, Serial Monogamy | 92 Comments

Hold my beer

and watch this. Note the “like” counts for Proud Single Moms and I Love My Husband at the bottom of the article.  Edit:  The counts appear to be cumulative for the respective Facebook pages, and not specific to this one article.

Posted in Choice Addiction, Fantasy vs Reality, Hold my beer and watch this | 106 Comments

How should women respond to men withdrawing from courtship?

In my last post I explained why it makes logical sense for men to greatly limit the amount of “courtship” they offer women in today’s post sexual revolution sexual and marriage marketplace (SMP & MMP).  But this leaves the question … Continue reading

Posted in Choice Addiction, Death of courtship, Finding a Spouse | 372 Comments

Why men are withdrawing from courtship.

One of the more common refrains in the “Where have all of the good men gone!” lament is men’s increasing unwillingness to court women the way women expect to be courted.  This is almost always framed as either a great … Continue reading

Posted in Aging Feminists, Choice Addiction, Cracks in the narrative, Death of courtship, Finding a Spouse, Traditional Conservatives | 470 Comments