Category Archives: Marriage

Headship Game.

With our recent discussion on the appropriate use of Game for Christian men, I thought it would be helpful to offer some detail on how this can be done.  I’ve titled this Headship Game, and as the title suggests this … Continue reading

Posted in Frame, Game, Headship, Marriage, Submission | 213 Comments

Winning the lottery.

A new commenter grossly misunderstood the implication of the earnings chart in my post Progress: One counter point to consider: with married men making considerably more money than unmarried in the 45-54 group, even with the obvious disincentives to marry, … Continue reading

Posted in Fatherhood, Feminists, Mark Driscoll, Marriage, Miserliness, Patriarchal Dividend | 343 Comments

Fear to greed.

As I’ve mentioned before, women delaying marriage are playing a collective game of chicken in order to avoid wasting any more of their youth and fertility on their husbands than absolutely necessary.  Obviously not all women are playing this game, … Continue reading

Posted in Aging Feminists, Death of courtship, Finding a Spouse, Marriage | 564 Comments

Those who would stop the joy of the dance.

Hat Tip Vox A quote from John C. Wright;  a perfect metaphor for how feminists wish to steal the joy out of marriage: Those who object that men should not lead in the dance, whatever they say, are not friends of … Continue reading

Posted in Feminists, Foolishness, Marriage | 167 Comments

He came to teach.

Commenter Know How isn’t yet married, but this didn’t stop him from explaining that I and others have it all wrong in his response to my post Romance 101: How to stop frustrating your wife. As with another recent comment in … Continue reading

Posted in Armchair Husbands, Fantasy vs Reality, Foolishness, Marriage | 119 Comments