Category Archives: Moxie

More feminist make-believe

From the Daily Mail:  Brave female Papa Johns manager tackles pair of Ferguson looters with her bare hands as they kick in windows… and quickly sends them packing Yet neither the text nor the video support such a claim.  Instead … Continue reading

Posted in Fantasy vs Reality, Moxie | 63 Comments

Confusing make-believe with reality; why feminists obsess over Barbie.

The feminist obsession with Barbie dolls seems odd at first glance.  Whether it is their compulsion to create ugly feminist Barbie or Computer Engineer Barbie, we see a great deal of focus on make-believe for a group of grown women.  But feminism at … Continue reading

Posted in Amelia Earhart, Charles Lindbergh, Fantasy vs Reality, Feminist Territory Marking, Feminists, Moxie | 125 Comments

A bridge too far.

The Dalrock research department* brought the latest divorce empowerment movie to my attention: My first thought was that we are due for another epic divorce fantasy (courtesy of Oprah of course), with Eat Pray Love showing its age.  On the … Continue reading

Posted in Choice Addiction, Divorce, Feral Females, Fireproof, Having it all, Moxie, New Morality, selling divorce, Slut, Whispers | 155 Comments

Twisted Scripture.

Nearly all of the instruction to husbands and wives in the New Testament tends to make modern Christians very uncomfortable.  There is for example a cottage industry to explain away headship and submission in Ephesians 5:22-27.  This cottage industry has … Continue reading

Posted in Feminists, Fireproof, Foolishness, Moxie, Rebellion | 169 Comments

The sin of lacking moxie.

Reader aa asked for my thoughts on an article by JD Gunter at the Council of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (CBMW) titled We’re Just “Talking”.  Gunter has misunderstood the increased ambiguity in the Sexual Marketplace (SMP);  where women have pushed to … Continue reading

Posted in Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, Death of courtship, Denial, Domestic Violence, Foolishness, Marriage, Moxie, Submission, Traditional Conservatives | 334 Comments