Category Archives: Stantons Heroes

Selling sin.

Recently a self described conservative Christian mother of 5 came to scold me for criticizing the Christian Broadcasting Network’s endorsement of actress Janine Turner’s book praising single mothers: I encountered your blog because I had found Janine Turner’s book in my church … Continue reading

Posted in Attacking headship, Book of Oprah, Church Apathy About Divorce, Denial, Feral Females, Stantons Heroes, Ugly Feminists | 219 Comments

A tragic tale of strippers, hamsters, thugs, and baby mommas.

Lisa Fogerty at Cafe Mom spins a mother thinking with her genitals as an act of kindness: But plenty of women make that call to get involved with men who aren’t law-abiding citizens. Some of them are able to see … Continue reading

Posted in Feral Females, Foolishness, Rationalization Hamster, Stantons Heroes | 136 Comments

Ask Amy outraged that married sisters don’t include tag along divorcée

As I’ve mentioned before after the initial empowerment fades divorced women tend to find themselves excluded from their previous social networks.  Married women tend to prefer to socialize with other married women.  Since marriage confers status on women (which divorcées … Continue reading

Posted in New Morality, Post Marital Spinsterhood, Stantons Heroes, Status of marriage | 331 Comments

Why isn’t Carl good enough?

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

Posted in Child Custody, Child Support, Denial, Feminists, Feral Females, Glenn Stanton, Mark Driscoll, Stantons Heroes, Traditional Conservatives, Weak men screwing feminism up | 417 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