Category Archives: Rationalization Hamster

Rationalizing sluttery as a path to marriage.

Meet Kristina from Rolling Stone’s Tales From the Millennials’ Sexual Revolution: …she doesn’t want to date; she wants to have sex, which thanks to the fact that she is cute and vivacious, she seems to do quite frequently. “My friends and … Continue reading

Posted in Choice Addiction, Cracks in the narrative, Death of courtship, Feral Females, Finding a Spouse, Foolishness, Rationalization Hamster, Slut | 733 Comments

She was trying to fix* men.

Jenny Erikson writes in Dear Mr. Unavailable … (H/T Aaron the Just): I always thought I could fix you, Mr. Unavailable. That if I were patient enough, loving enough, kind enough, smart enough, enough enough, you would suddenly and magically transform into … Continue reading

Posted in Hold my beer and watch this, Jenny Erikson, Rationalization Hamster, Stantons Heroes | 662 Comments

How her affair and the Book of Oprah fixed their marriage and brought them closer to God.

From the DFW megachurch that brought us the man site, I present ReEngage.  If Fireproof didn’t make you a believer*, the video here will. There is of course a twist;  it wasn’t her fault after all. *That a wife seeking … Continue reading

Posted in Book of Oprah, Fireproof, Foolishness, Rationalization Hamster | 102 Comments

Off to the races…

Matt Walsh has a new post* up pointing out the problem of Christians focusing on gay marriage while ignoring divorce.  One of the commenters demonstrated why it is so difficult to hold divorcing women accountable.  As I’ve mentioned before, when … Continue reading

Posted in Matt Walsh, Rationalization Hamster, Rebuilding the mound | 303 Comments

Tingle detecting bra.

Courtesy of the Daily Mail, a concept bra which only unlatches when the woman feels “true love”. If you listen carefully you can hear the sound of players around the world rejoicing.  Meanwhile rationalization hamsters don’t know whether they should … Continue reading

Posted in Rationalization Hamster, Romantic Love | 163 Comments