Category Archives: Whispers

A bastard of a job.

First we had Margaret Sanger telling us of the woes of American housewives trapped in boredom and drudgery during WWII, unable to experience the freedom, fun, and excitement of going off to war.  Then Betty Friedan helped us (not) name … Continue reading

Posted in Aging Feminists, Motherhood, Ugly Feminists, Whispers | 42 Comments

The backup plan.

The Mirror has an article up titled Nearly half of women in relationships have ‘Plan B’ man they can run away with (H/T Earl).  There isn’t much actual data presented, but the enthusiasm for women’s infidelity is standard fare.  They quote … Continue reading

Posted in Hold my beer and watch this, selling divorce, Threatpoint, Wake-up call, Whispers | 229 Comments

No hiatus for solipsism during World War II.

In my last post I quoted from a radio program delivered by Margaret Sanger discussing the hardships women face in marriage and the importance of marriage counseling.  Sanger described a young mother she met the day before on the train: … Continue reading

Posted in Margaret Sanger, Solipsism, Ugly Feminists, Whispers | 121 Comments

Commitment issues.

The dominant, unchallenged narrative is that men have problems with commitment, while women are naturally inclined to commit for life.  Yet the difference between the dominant narrative and reality couldn’t be more stark.  Women in the western world are obsessed with … Continue reading

Posted in Choice Addiction, Cracks in the narrative, Denial, selling divorce, Whispers | 208 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