Category Archives: Cane Caldo

Bnonn, Pastor Foster, and the power of women.

Reader 7817 shared what I believe to be a newsletter from Bnonn and Pastor Foster.  Whoever is the author, they mistakenly claim that women are powerless to create patriarchy (emphasis mine): …a much more serious error is implied in the … Continue reading

Posted in Bnonn, Cane Caldo, Complementarian, Pastor Michael Foster, Pastor Steve Camp, Submission | 244 Comments

White knights vs churls.

Cane Caldo described the difference between white knights and churls in the discussion of Call me unchivalrous: Proverbs 30:29-31 (ESV) 29 Three things are stately in their tread; four are stately in their stride: 30 the lion, which is mightiest among … Continue reading

Posted in Cane Caldo, Chivalry, Guns, Men's Sphere Lexicon | 53 Comments

Headship sleight of hand

Cane Caldo explains in I Am Not Called to “Lead” in the Bible: Our age’s focus on a husband’s leadership is a clever redirect away from the Biblical command for wives to submit and obey. Every instance of Biblical instruction … Continue reading

Posted in Attacking headship, Cane Caldo, Headship, Marriage, Submission | 59 Comments

An unshakable faith in men’s benevolence. An inexhaustible supply of good will from men.

Feminism is ironically founded on an unshakable faith in the benevolence of men.  This is implicit in (as just one example*) the whole complaint about “rape culture”.  Feminists have faith that men will solve all of their problems, which is … Continue reading

Posted in Adam Piggott, Cane Caldo, Dalrock’s Law of Feminism, Linkage, Rape Culture, Ugly Feminists | 179 Comments

*Real men* confess their love to the gas station attendant.

Cane Caldo notes: The rebuttals here are hilarious, and fall into two camps. 1. To some people the idea of “man pursues, woman responds” is so important to the arguer that he redefines woo to mean “bought”, and bride-price as … Continue reading

Posted in Cane Caldo, Chivalry, Complementarian, Courtly Love, Death of courtship, Finding a Spouse, Fireproof, Game, Traditional Conservatives | 139 Comments