Category Archives: Denial

Why we don’t need Sanger: Give the rebellious wife what she demands or the baby gets it!

Margaret Sanger is long gone, but her life’s work of fomenting feminist rebellion remains alive and well.  We don’t need Sanger, because we have (collectively) taken up the mantle of her and her pioneering colleagues.  Feminist rebellion is now a … Continue reading

Posted in Denial, Feminists, Frame, Margaret Sanger, Marriage, Rebellion, Rebuilding the mound, Traditional Conservatives, Ugly Feminists | 62 Comments

The women rebel.

Several commenters have objected to my connecting Margaret Sanger’s radio program with the larger feminist movement.  Bluedog has a long and complicated explanation involving class which is specific to the one woman Sanger ostensibly was talking to.  New commenter openidname struggles … Continue reading

Posted in Denial, Feminists, Margaret Sanger, Miserliness, Philosophy of Feminism, Ugly Feminists | 117 Comments

Denying that marriage has moral meaning is the new virtue.

As I’ve previously explained, there is a very common misconception that our society no longer believes in sexual morality.  While this misconception is understandable, it overlooks the new sexual morality which has replaced the old one.  The new sexual morality inverts … Continue reading

Posted in Denial, Divorce, Foolishness, Marriage, New Morality, Romantic Love, selling divorce | 212 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

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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 | 428 Comments