- From celibate boyfriend to celibate husband (true love doesn’t wait).
- Corrupted purity.
- What is modern marriage for?
- Frigidity is ugly.
- Frigidity and power.
- Don’t judge a book by its cover
- Five years of keeping her happy proves David Swindle is a better man than you.
- It didn’t originate with the marketers, but that doesn’t make them blameless.
- Slow your roll
- Yiayia wouldn’t approve
- From celibate boyfriend to celibate husband (true love doesn't wait).
- A wife's best defense against a troublesome mother-in-law.
- More grim news for carousellers hoping to jump at the last minute.
- Are Women Done With Men After Age 55?
- Why so many wives wish their husbands would cheat.
- Advice to a woman in her 30s looking to marry.
- Romance 101: How to stop frustrating your wife.
- Eat Pray Love: Where are they now?
- Corrupted purity.
- Why a woman's age at time of marriage matters, and what this tells us about the apex fallacy
Category Archives: Glenn Stanton
In Repackaging feminism as Christian wisdom I pointed out that our great grandmothers understood the nature of women’s temptation to sin. What is fascinating is we know this, even though we have forgotten what our great grandmothers knew. There is a kind … Continue reading
I started this as a comment in the discussion of my previous post. However, given the difficulty many had spotting the problem with Walsh’s framing I think this is worth pulling out as a separate post. There is a sort of … Continue reading
Empathologism has an excellent post up dissecting a FamilyLife/Dennis Rainey memo on marriage. See the link for Empath’s post and the ensuing discussion, but what struck me about the FamilyLife piece is how utterly devoid it is of a sense of … Continue reading
There is an article from the Christian Post making the rounds which has modern Christians giddy: Author Debunks Myths About Divorce Rates, Including of Churchgoers. The article and the book it promotes The Good News About Marriage: Debunking Discouraging Myths … Continue reading
I’ve joked in the past that it can be impossible to tell the difference between Traditional Conservatives and Feminists, but a Slate DoubleX article on women deliberately choosing single motherhood quoted by Steve Sailer and Vox Day has me rethinking this. Theoretical Opposites: … Continue reading