Married Game in a picture.

While I don’t think Scott and Mychael would call their blog Morally Contextualized Romance a “Game” blog, their banner image is the very picture of married Game.  Click on the link above to see Scott with his shotgun in hand and his smiling woman over his shoulder (no, I don’t have that backwards).

While you are there, you might also check out some of their excellent posts, including:

  1. Transcendent things and the long view
  2. Why the word “coward” never works on women.
  3. How do we politely challenge church leaders?

 

Related:  If it isn’t fun, you probably aren’t doing it right.

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81 Responses to Married Game in a picture.

  1. theasdgamer says:

    Married Game in a picture. Hah. Why does the woman have her clothes on? We don’t do pics at the Gamer house for obvious reasons.

    Don’t forget the “fun” in Fun and Games ™.

  2. Pedat Ebediyah says:

    I’ve always thought that his banner image was dope.

    If most women were honest, they’d admit it was kinda sexy too.

  3. jeff says:

    Lol at the comments on Scott’s blog. Even as married christian women they show the FI they still have and the “can’t stand being around men that I know I am better than”.

  4. Anon says:

    Why is the man’s neck so long?

    Did he take in sauropod DNA?

  5. Anon says:

    Wait, that is the woman’s head, but something else is weird about the ‘neck’. It is unclear who the neck belongs to.

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  7. Bruce says:

    I’m confused. How does “game” work when the wife is fully conscious that he’s employing “game” since she’s a contributor to the blog?

  8. Mad Kalak says:

    Rollo has said that any game he employs on his wife has long since been internalized, and she is aware of his online presence. As for my marriage, the “game” that I ran on her before I learned new tips and techniques from various blogs have become habit and routine.

  9. orthostrov says:

    “Game” is a terrible name in the context of marriage, but it’s stuck because of the Red Pill manosphere. Which largely rejects marriage as a sucker’s game for betas, so there’s that.

    I can’t think of a better name for it, but yes, wives know men are consciously pursuing it. Just as men know their wives are pursuing whatever “game” for married women is.

    And both doing so makes the marriage immensely strong.

  10. Krul says:

    @Bruce, ‘How does “game” work when the wife is fully conscious that he’s employing “game”‘

    Attraction doesn’t require ignorance. You don’t lose attraction for a hot woman just because you’re fully conscious that she’s employing “makeup”, do you?

  11. Scott says:

    Thanks for link back Dal!

    She likes it, even though she knows in doing it.

    We have some posts tagged “girl game” (authored by her) and the same is true for me.

    It’s not any less fun that way.

  12. Dalrock says:

    @Kull

    Attraction doesn’t require ignorance. You don’t lose attraction for a hot woman just because you’re fully conscious that she’s employing “makeup”, do you?

    You’re trying to use lingerie on me? Ha! I can see right through it!

  13. @ orthostrov

    “Game” is a terrible name in the context of marriage, but it’s stuck because of the Red Pill manosphere. Which largely rejects marriage as a sucker’s game for betas, so there’s that.

    I can’t think of a better name for it, but yes, wives know men are consciously pursuing it. Just as men know their wives are pursuing whatever “game” for married women is.

    Eh.

    In reality, “game” is the PUA culture rediscovering a subset of masculinity because their fathers did not teach it to them for whatever reason. Some fathers were ejected from their homes by no fault divorce. Some were in families with overbearing wives who did not learn masculine behavior from their parents. Single mothers with bastard children. Etc.

    Leadership confidence, and raw masculinity… or in other words, “manly”

    I eschew the term “game” because it’s a half baked substitute when the Bible is quite clear that the husband is the head of the relationship with the authority and responsibility and that wives are supposed to submit to his leadership. He doesn’t need permission from anyone to *be* the head, much less the church or his wife. Churches nowadays are too feminized to realize this. It’s amazing what kind of transformation you see in a man who *knows* he’s the man… which is the way it should be.

  14. @Bruce: “How does “game” work when the wife is fully conscious that he’s employing “game” since she’s a contributor to the blog?”

    Because Game does not depend on her knowledge but her unconscious attraction triggers. Women “know” they are being gamed and they love it. They love a man who “gets it.”

  15. jeff says:

    DS,

    Better watch it, Psalad or AR might come along and call you a troll or harp on about you not having any knowledge of the RP.

  16. Feminist Hater says:

    She likes it until she doesn’t and then problems begin.

  17. Feminist Hater says:

    The problem with game is you are still playing to the tune of the woman. When she’s ‘game’ for being gamed, it’s fun and exciting. It doesn’t last though, not through the bad times.

  18. Hope the guy is getting some of his own kids out of that woman.

  19. galloper6 says:

    So the biggest problem with churches world wide is the rejection of masculinity or ” Manliness”?

  20. greyghost says:

    The problem with game is you are still playing to the tune of the woman. When she’s ‘game’ for being gamed, it’s fun and exciting. It doesn’t last though, not through the bad times.

    Well if you plan on using the female for female pleasure of any kind hat is what it takes. otherwise I would just wait for the sex bots.

  21. @Dalrock: “In reality, “game” is the PUA culture rediscovering a subset of masculinity because their fathers did not teach it to them for whatever reason.”

    And Dal brings the dynamite. Yes game deniers. Game is merely the way of a man with a maiden. Look it up. King Lemuel claims he didn’t have a clue but big wise Sol showed us the way.

    @Feminist Hater: “It doesn’t last though, not through the bad times.”

    Unfortunately there is 100% dark red truth in this statement.

  22. @Strings of Coins

    Are you RAYCISS? Do you question the godliness of adopting as many wonderful young vibrant youth as possible? How dare you raise your voice to Nick Searcy.

    We should all praise Moloch that our current enlightened men know that just because a woman has sampled hundreds of gallons of other men’s reproductive excretions, the butterfly kisses she begrudgingly doles out to the man she allows to pay for her thug spawn are like manna from Heaven.

    Never forget, Joseph was the first cuck. Mark Driscoll says so.

  23. @ galloper6

    So the biggest problem with churches world wide is the rejection of masculinity or ” Manliness”?

    No, the biggest “problems” the Church has had are found in Revelation 2 and 3. It just so happens that feminism and its derivatives are but one of the issues.

    See: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Revelation+2:18-28

    Moving away from Patriarchy towards heretical concepts like “complementarism” and “egalitarianism” is a rejection of the God ordained structures of the family. Likewise, there is a reason there are restrictions on women in the Church (1 Cor 11, 1 Cor 14, 1 Tim 2).

    It’s no surprise that there is more rot in Protestant Churches than Catholic and Orthodox.

  24. @ bluepillprofessor

    @Dalrock: “In reality, “game” is the PUA culture rediscovering a subset of masculinity because their fathers did not teach it to them for whatever reason.”

    And Dal brings the dynamite. Yes game deniers. Game is merely the way of a man with a maiden. Look it up. King Lemuel claims he didn’t have a clue but big wise Sol showed us the way.

    I assume you mean me as that was my comment.

    I don’t know why Christians continue to defend “game” as a concept. God created masculinity and it’s sexual appeal to women. Why give credit to the PUAs and gamers for it?

    Here are the nuances, in my opinion.

    1. The feminized church or rather churchianity is ignorant and/or has deceived many men on the sexual nature of women.
    2. It’s pretty sad and depressing that non-Christians are more Truthful than Christians in this area.
    3. I thank God that He could use non-Christians to open Christians eyes.
    4. However, I refuse to give them credit for God’s creation that is being supposedly “discovered.”

    This topic has been rehashed for years both here, Zippy’s, Cane’s and other places, so that’s my one post spiel on the whole “game debate.”

    Also, BPP regardless of our disagreement you do good work over at /r/marriedredpill saving marriages even though I don’t agree with everything. Marriage is a God ordained institution and worth saving, so I admire you for that.

  25. greyghost says:

    . It’s pretty sad and depressing that non-Christians are more Truthful than Christians in this area.

    That is something huh? Truth is truth. Never fear truth no matter where it is from.

  26. Spike says:

    Happy Orthodox Easter to Scott. He is Risen, indeed!

    When I discovered the red pill, in the midst of a depressive state that had anxiety, depression and suicidal ideation altogether and expressed in uncontrollable ways, I reacted badly to it. Then I learned its’ lessons. I applied them to my marriage – or specifically, to my wife. She found out her game was up and ended up terrified. I went radio-silent dread, and things started improving dramatically from there.

    Since then, I have internalized any and all lessons learned from the Manosphere. My wife knows full well what I’ve done. Interestingly, my relations with female work colleagues is easier as well – an unexpected bonus.
    Game? After a while you don’t call it “Game”. You call it the default settings of manhood that you always should have had, before feminism told you you have a pathology called a Y chromosome*.

    *This is what makes feminism particularly evil. It discriminates against people based on their genetic code.

  27. Scott says:

    Spike, thanks for the Orthodox Easter nod.

    Your description is pretty what happened to me, I could just cut and paste your story into my red-pill discovery narrative.

    Feministhater, I agree. It is entirely possible that my marriage could be blown up. It is a risk that is a daily part of my life.

    But I can’t do anything (moral) about it, and I am married.

  28. Boxer says:

    Great photo. Cute girl, too, Scott. You both look happy together. It’s uncommon to see, these days, but really nice.

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  30. feeriker says:

    Feministhater, I agree. It is entirely possible that my marriage could be blown up. It is a risk that is a daily part of my life.

    If I were an insurance agent trying to sell you “marriage insurance” (would that there was such a thing) and based your coverage and premiums on actuarial data to calculate risk, I would say that your premiums would be negligible perhaps pennies per month.

    Other North American married men? Most would be paying four-digit monthly premiums or would simply be uninsurable.

  31. feeriker says:

    You both look happy together. It’s uncommon to see, these days, but really nice.

    Rumor has it that if Hitlary gets into the White House, she’s going to push for a law making happiness in marriage illegal, if not marriage itself.

    Actually, Hitlary would probably prefer to just outlaw happiness, period…

  32. DeNihilist says:

    Nice looking horse Scott. Arab?

  33. Red Pill Latecomer says:

    Marriage insurance will never be offered to couples. Too much chance for fraud. A couple can marry, intending to divorce and split the insurance payout.

  34. Red Pill Latecomer says:

    I wish I’d known Game in my 20s. At this point, in my 50s, it’s too late to do me any good. Even if I applied it, I don’t want the women that are available to me.

  35. BillyS says:

    Scott,

    Is Orthodox Easter related to Passover at all? Or is it similarly disengaged? I believe the Jewish Passover just happened as well.

  36. Feminist Hater says:

    It’s called ‘Ascension Day’ over here. 40th day after Easter. Have a great day Scott!

    Always laugh, we used to have a TV presenter with the name Scot Scott or Scott Scot, can’t remember!

  37. Scott says:

    Denihilist-

    He’s a Tennessee Walking Horse.

    BillyS- Orthodox Easter (Pascha) is related to Passover in the same way it is to all other Christians.

    We just celebrate it on a different day because we (most of Orthodoxy) live our liturgical life on the old Julian calendar.

  38. Cane Caldo says:

    Girls like to be hoisted.

  39. PokeSalad says:

    Better watch it, Psalad or AR might come along and call you a troll or harp on about you not having any knowledge of the RP.

    What the eff are you going on about?

  40. Damn Crackers says:

    So, all that hairshirt, desert father, celibate marriage praise of the earliest Christians was a mistake? Many of them thought sensuality, even in marriage, as sin.

  41. Damn Crackers says:

    Not trying to be an ass, but I’m amazed at how the Church(s) have changed their positions over the centuries regarding sensuality even in marriage.

  42. “If most women were honest”

    I wishes were horses…

    Don’t discount the power of physically picking up your woman. Instant tingles.

  43. RPL: “At this point, in my 50s, it’s too late to do me any good. Even if I applied it, I don’t want the women that are available to me.”

    No it isn’t. This is the male hamster telling you to be passive and spinning out whatever excuse you can find to do nothing. You can load up with 30 something wall bangers all the way around the corner if that is what you want.

  44. DeNihilist says:

    Rode a Tennessee Walker once, she had the nicest gait I have ever experienced. Hoping to get one when I get outta the city.

  45. Scott says:

    Denhilist —

    Mines a straight up a-hole.

    I have to work him for 30 minutes before I ride and he spooks at every rock, stick and leaf he sees.

    Keeps me young, I guess. At 44 being thrown (which he has done) gave me a big adrenaline rush.

  46. Pedat Ebediyah says:

    @Red Pill Latecomer

    I wish I’d known Game in my 20s. At this point, in my 50s, it’s too late to do me any good. Even if I applied it, I don’t want the women that are available to me.

    Word up.

    I employ it more socially than anything. Being a social MGTOW who hangs out with women occasionally, just the understanding of the proper assertion of unapologetic masculinity, along with “techniques” (negs, agree and amplify, amused mastery) and realizing just how much I “could” be doing if I wanted, is satisfaction enough for me.

    As has been written in the manosphere a zillion times…it’s technology that has changed what we have acquired, but it’s our true nature that determines what we need.   And that nature is quite simple.   The lie we’ve been told is that it isn’t.

  47. Dalrock says:

    @Scott

    I have to work him for 30 minutes before I ride and he spooks at every rock, stick and leaf he sees.

    I know very little about horses, but from talking to an old cowboy it strikes me that there is a close parallel to Game. As I understand it, before you ride a horse you generally should gyp/lunge them, putting them on a long line and having them run around you, periodically making them change directions. This gets the horse in the habit of following your instructions.

    The human parallel that comes to mind would be traditional dancing like waltzing.

  48. Anonymous Reader says:

    Meanwhile, in some of the colleges, polyamory is being pushed as normative.

    http://dailycaller.com/2016/05/02/across-country-universities-look-to-mainstream-polyamory/

    Lots of people said that mainstreaming homosexual “marriage” would lead to a push for polygamy / polyandry. Now I’m wondering if the millennial tolerance for ambiguity in “couple” status, the whole FWB subculture, wasn’t the horse that helped to pull the cart; that de facto poly-relationships between men and women didn’t lead them to accept homosexuals more?

    Either way, here’s the latest push. I’m not being sarcastic when I suggest that “conservatives” in 15 years will be opposing poly”marriage” in part by defending “monogamous” homosexual “marriage”.

    Man, that’s a lotta scare quotes…

  49. Scott says:

    Dal-

    That’s a pretty good analogy. And with stubborn horses like mine, he has to be reminded every damn time that I’m in charge.

    By the way, that’s an O/U in my hand, not a rifle. It’s my trap 12ga.

  50. feeriker says:

    I’m not being sarcastic when I suggest that “conservatives” in 15 years will be opposing poly”marriage” in part by defending “monogamous” homosexual “marriage”.

    The question is, will anybody in 15 years be paying any attention whatsoever to anything “conservatives” have to say? Given their current self-destructive stupidity I can’t imagine that they’ll be anything anyone takes seriously.

  51. Dalrock says:

    @Scott

    By the way, that’s an O/U in my hand, not a rifle. It’s my trap 12ga.

    Ah. Thanks. Fixed.

  52. Feminist Hater says:

    Found this whilst trying to search on the topic of old Bachelor’s taxes.

    http://unknownmisandry.blogspot.co.za/2011/07/worlds-first-mens-rights-organization.html

  53. Opus says:

    That’s a beautiful white horse which seems genuinely puzzled by Scott’s hoisting of a fellow human.

  54. PokeSalad says:

    Either way, here’s the latest push. I’m not being sarcastic when I suggest that “conservatives” in 15 years will be opposing poly”marriage” in part by defending “monogamous” homosexual “marriage”.

    “Conservatism is much easier if you pretend the society that the Left just reinvented radically was the one you were conserving all along.”

    — Conservative Pundit (@DemsRRealRacist) April 18, 2016

  55. Feminist Hater says:

    Conservatives are just last year’s Progressives.

  56. RichardP says:

    @Deep Strength says “.. the Bible is quite clear that the husband is the head of the relationship…”

    Reading that triggered this thought in me:

    1. Husband is the head of the wife as Christ is the head of the church (Ephesians 5:23)
    2. Said head to church – “because you are lukewarm, I will spew you out of my mouth” (Revelations 3:16)

    Rhetorical question: If Point 1 is true, does Point 2 provide us with an example of how we can / should behave toward lukewarm wife, since Christ behaves that way to lukewarm church? Is Christ giving us an example of, and permission to use, hard dread?

  57. Mychael says:

    Looking at this photo now, several months after we took it– and filtering it through your (Dalrocks) comments, I just had a few thoughts.

    First, it tells a story about what our life is like now. It’s not the end of the story, but it is a conclusion to what was a very hard to get to.

    Second, every time I look at it, I still get giggly. I love the way he looks standing there with his gun, they way he stands, the life he provides us, and ten years since I met him, I can’t get him off my mind all day when he is gone. I don’t deserve to be having this much fun. I hate hearing all the stories in the manosphere about contentious obnoxious women rolling their eyes at the men who offer them this. Leaving them. Taking their kids and their souls.

    Also, this was just him playing around. He surprised me, had his phone sitting on the bed of his truck pointed at us. He snuck up behind me, picked me up and said “wave to the camera sweetheart” and I felt like I was 16.

    And yes, we love this stuff. The power it takes to lift us with ease like that is a little scary, but nice.

  58. MrWoot says:

    @RichardP That is probably my most current question. I have bathed, washed, drowned my wife in the Word. The result is mere lip service, contempt, and mockery. Provided everything is going well, that the wind is in her sails, and there is no rain in the forecast she can keep a positive non-RBF.

    Go full divorce or separate? Probably the latter unless a court order is needed to sell/protect my assets. That said – I am comfortable with saying anything Jesus has said provided I am “behaving in a righteous” manner. Denying my presence to my wife as she hurls insults is not abuse. She has claimed so and still does.

  59. Anon says:

    I know very little about horses, but from talking to an old cowboy it strikes me that there is a close parallel to Game.

    Sort of like how taking the red pill informs one that men have evolved out of the animal kingdom to a greater degree than women have.

  60. Mychael says:

    Let me add– on a somber note, it stings a little when my husband writes:


    Feministhater, I agree. It is entirely possible that my marriage could be blown up. It is a risk that is a daily part of my life.

    And I have to acknowledge that collectively, American women need to experience that sting. We did it to ourselves. So everyday I go out of my way to demonstrate to him that it will never happen.

    But it is an understandable fear.

  61. I’m confused. How does “game” work when the wife is fully conscious that he’s employing “game” since she’s a contributor to the blog?

    Law 11
    Learn to Keep People Dependent on You

    To maintain your independence you must always be needed and wanted. The more you are
    relied on, the more freedom you have. Make people depend on you for their happiness and
    prosperity and you have nothing to fear. Never teach them enough so that they can do without
    you.

    You’re trying to use lingerie on me? Ha! I can see right through it!

    Winner.

  62. PUA: “Mr. Christian, let me show you all the reasons your dating/marriage sucks and you’re a lonely Beta. Here’s the Red Pill.

    Christian: *damn he’s right*,…”Well, Christianity has been Red Pill for thousands of years. We’ve known this stuff for ages, headship, polygam,…erh,…monogamy, patrilinear history, etc.…we’ve been Red Pill for centuries”

    PUA: “Mr. Christian, women run your churches, your men are feminized Betas raised to serve women’s needs and sensibilities and the Feminine Imperative has replaced the Holy Spirit in your sermons and doctrine.”

    Christian: *dammit he’s right* “We’ll those people aren’t true Christians, if they were they’d divinely recognize and obey men’s God given Red Pill authority,…and besides, stop berating our ‘Brides’, what are you, a misogynist?”

  63. Anonymous Reader says:

    Mychael
    But it is an understandable fear.

    Ask your husband if that is a fear, or just something he is aware of. I wager it is more the latter.
    It’s not fear for a married man to be aware “this could be blown up any time”, any more than it’s fear for an experienced driver faced with an icy road to be aware “ok, skids happen…”.

    It is reality. Just reality. “Here are the risks of the situation as I understand them. I have some skills to reduce the risk. Ok, got things to do…”.
    That’s how men are.

  64. Gunner Q says:

    RichardP @ 4:16 pm:
    “Rhetorical question: If Point 1 is true, does Point 2 provide us with an example of how we can / should behave toward lukewarm wife, since Christ behaves that way to lukewarm church?”

    It’s permitted to divorce your wife on condition of no sex until reconciliation or adultery, if that’s what you mean. But that has more to do with ancient Israel’s perennial rejection & repentance than God ordering the Laodiceans to pick a team and wear the uniform already. Honest enemies are better than unreliable allies, which in marital context would only mean a henpecker is better than an off-meds BPD.

    MrWoot @ 4:46 pm:
    “Go full divorce or separate?”

    Of the two, better to go full divorce and get her out of your life. She isn’t coming back, not with all the whispers and temptations of modern culture.

    @Rollo,

    Human behavior hasn’t changed since before the beginning of recorded history. Red-Pill truths are original to neither PUAs nor Christians. But I, for one, appreciate the kindness of PUAs in helping us rediscover our own teachings. Rather embarrassing, that.

  65. @Richard P: “provide us with an example of how we can / should behave toward lukewarm wife, since Christ behaves that way to lukewarm church? Is Christ giving us an example of, and permission to use, hard dread?”

    Want to really blow your mind? Read up in the book of Jeremiah how God treats his “Bride” when she refuses to follow his direction:

    Read it and know this is God Almighty Himself speaking as recorded by the prophet Jeremiah, Chapter 12, specifically about how He deals with His rebellious wife

    I will forsake my house,
    abandon my inheritance;
    I will give the one I love
    into the hands of her enemies.
    8 My inheritance has become to me
    like a lion in the forest.
    She roars at me;
    therefore I hate her.
    9 Has not my inheritance become to me
    like a speckled bird of prey
    that other birds of prey surround and attack?
    Go and gather all the wild beasts;
    bring them to devour.
    10 Many shepherds will ruin my vineyard
    and trample down my field;
    they will turn my pleasant field
    into a desolate wasteland.

    Over and over and over again in the Old Testament God’s “Bride” turns away from him, often to “seek other Gods.” Over and over again the Lord then turns his face away from His people and lets His Bride be raped, and tortured, and abused, and humiliated. He turns His face away from them and lets enemies seize the lands and starve, enslave, and butcher the people.

    The Lord ONLY returns His favor on the people of Israel, His bride, when they cry to Him and beg his forgiveness. Of course this is the unique nature of our God, to forgive when forgiveness is sought. No matter how rebellious or how awful your wife behaves, if you are going to love her like Christ loved the church, you must forgive her when she seeks genuine forgiveness and repentance. However, if she will not seek that, then all I am suggesting is that if she turns her face away from you, then you follow the perfect example of the Lord and turn your face away from her.

    From Saving a Low Sex Marriage: A Man’s Guide To Dread, Seduction, and the Long Game

    https://bluepillprofessor.wordpress.com/2015/05/22/hello-world/

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  67. Spike says:

    Scott says:
    May 5, 2016 at 5:49 am
    Denihilist-

    He’s a Tennessee Walking Horse.

    BillyS- Orthodox Easter (Pascha) is related to Passover in the same way it is to all other Christians.

    – In Italian, It’s “Pasqua” (pronounced “Pass-kwu-a”) Seems Serbian and Italian are similar in this respect.

  68. Scott says:

    Spike-

    Indeed. I am learning Serbian now. All the Slavic languages appear to have a common starting point: Old Slavonic–which is only used in liturgies now. This argues that there was once a “pan Slavic” people. Its really interesting.

  69. @ RichardP

    Rhetorical question: If Point 1 is true, does Point 2 provide us with an example of how we can / should behave toward lukewarm wife, since Christ behaves that way to lukewarm church? Is Christ giving us an example of, and permission to use, hard dread?

    I did a Scripture-based analysis here:

    https://deepstrength.wordpress.com/2015/11/06/lets-talk-about-marriage-fear-and-dread/

  70. Novaseeker says:

    It all comes from the Hebrew “Pesach” (Passover), which in Greek is “pascha”, and was transliterated into the romance\/mediterranean languages as “pasqua”, “pascua” and so on. “Easter” has a different derivation — the Venerable Bede wrote that it derived from the northern European pagan goddess “eastre”, a goddess associated with Spring, which was then appropriated for the large Christian feast occurring in Spring.

  71. greyghost says:

    Speaking of game our favorite bad guy is at it again.
    https://heartiste.wordpress.com/2016/05/05/the-female-life-cycle-theory-of-game/

  72. Red Pill Latecomer says:

    A divorced mother of three kids, age 40, meets a bad boy online. He kills and dismembers her corpse: http://www.seattlepi.com/local/crime/article/Murder-charges-filed-in-Renton-woman-s-7247032.php#photo-9788677

    The kids were off with the ex-husband for the weekend.

    The red pill has given me a new perspective on such news stories. Instead of just feeling sorry for the dead mother, I read between the lines. I wonder … WHY was she divorced?

    Did she dump a perfectly good husband, for the life of a strong, independent woman? Instead of sticking with her longtime husband, the father of her children, she was seeking sex online with random bad boys. Well, she found one.

    Now, it’s possible that her husband initiated the divorce. But odds are that it was her, the now dead mother of three.

  73. greyghost says:

    Red Pill Latecomer
    I see stories like that and see it as a stroke of luck for the ex husband.

  74. feeriker says:

    Did she dump a perfectly good husband, for the life of a strong, independent woman? Instead of sticking with her longtime husband, the father of her children, she was seeking sex online with random bad boys. Well, she found one.

    I think we can say with near certainty that she was unhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaappy and frivorced her “boring” husband to go chase wild badboy dick, a pastime that turned out to be lethal.

    There is of course a lesson to be learned in this story, although the odds of any woman learning it are a few fractional points above zero.

  75. DrTorch says:

    I see stories like that and see it as a stroke of luck for the ex husband.

    And for the kids.

    PUA: “Mr. Christian, women run your churches, your men are feminized Betas raised to serve women’s needs and sensibilities and the Feminine Imperative has replaced the Holy Spirit in your sermons and doctrine.”

    Last night I unsubscribed from email from just such a church. We visited a few times and I grew disgusted more and more. But as I unsubscribed I had the opportunity to say why (in 200 characters or less). So I unloaded as best I could. Not exactly the way Scott suggests in Link #3 of the OP, but I said it in 200 characters.

    You’re trying to use lingerie on me? Ha! I can see right through it!

    Well done.

    So the biggest problem with churches world wide is the rejection of masculinity or ” Manliness”?

    It’s a problem. A big one. But as Rollo explains, it’s more that the FI has been introduced as the guiding principle.

  76. @Dalrock, sorry for the OT, but I was pleased to see you made the cut too:

    [D: Thank you. Congratulations to you as well.]

  77. Anonymous Reader says:

    Heh. That image is like a one-stop shopping guide to the active androsphere sites.
    Thanks, feminists! You’ve helped a lot of men.

  78. A Regular Guy says:

    Re: Feminist Power Point slander

    Looks like our boy, Cane Caldo, made the list too. Woot! *high five*

  79. David says:

    I know I would never do it myself but I’m glad it worked out for him. Marring a single mom is like playing Russian roulette with only one chamber empty. Plus I don’t know if he has had kids with her. There is really no point in getting married to any woman unable to bear children and not have kids with her. Is all risk and no reward.

  80. Scott says:

    David-

    Understood. (The part about risks).

    We have 3 of our own, and we do not use birth control, so the final number is in Gods hands.

    The joke around our house is she gets pregnant if I wink at her.

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