Category Archives: Foolishness

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 | 431 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 | 287 Comments

Five years of keeping her happy proves David Swindle is a better man than you.

Dr Helen has been exchanging posts with PJ Media Associate Editor David Swindle about the famous sex excuse spreadsheet.  Swindle expresses contempt for the frustrated husband whose wife made their private life public: I have absolutely ZERO SYMPATHY WHATSOEVER for this … Continue reading

Posted in Foolishness, New Morality | 425 Comments

Escoffier on Modernity

During the discussion of Worse than fear. Worse than malice. Escoffier offered an outstanding explanation of our modern sense of moral progress.  This was worthy of a stand alone post, and Novaseeker has been kind enough to create one for it:  Escoffier on … Continue reading

Posted in Foolishness, New Morality | 169 Comments

Worse than fear. Worse than malice.

In the discussion of my last post Gunner Q suggested that the reason modern Christians don’t support biblical marriage is due to fear: Perhaps the answer is that modern Christians just can’t accept the consequences of fighting no-fault divorce. Bucking the … Continue reading

Posted in Attacking headship, Church Apathy About Divorce, Fireproof, Foolishness, Marriage, Submission, Threatpoint, Wake-up call | 386 Comments