Category Archives: Choice Addiction

Anna Hitchings can’t find a man.

End of transmission.   H/T Boris, Steve, & Anna. Advertisements

Posted in Choice Addiction, Dalrock’s Law of Feminism, Finding a Spouse, Nevermarried, Rod Dreher, Solipsism, Turning a blind eye, Weak men screwing feminism up | 135 Comments

What could possibly go wrong?

I offered this as a comment over at Instapundit, in response to a post on the impending sexbot revolution. Time is the modern woman’s real enemy here, with technology merely enhancing the effect. By continuously pushing out the age of … Continue reading

Posted in Choice Addiction, Finding a Spouse, Instapundit | 152 Comments

Fighting choice addiction.

To my future husband: I know you will be worth the wait! — Wendy Griffith, Age 53* Choice addiction is part intoxication with the process of judging suitors, and part fear of missing out on something better. The risk is … Continue reading

Posted in Choice Addiction, Envy, Finding a Spouse, Wendy Griffith | 274 Comments

Someday we’ll laugh!

Commenter Ofelas pointed out the absurdity of the main character in Cat Person imagining how much a future boyfriend would enjoy hearing about her having sex with other men: …she imagined that somewhere, out there in the universe, there was … Continue reading

Posted in Cat Person, Choice Addiction, Cracks in the narrative, Diary of Why, Finding a Spouse, Judging the performance, Rationalization Hamster, Serial Monogamy, Solipsism, Status of marriage, Turning a blind eye, Ugly Feminists, You can't make this stuff up | 299 Comments

Something wrong with the sluice box?

From our friends at the Daily Mail*: Too picky or just unlucky? Woman who rates every man she meets on a SPREADSHEET says she’s been on 77 first dates in two years… and won’t stop until she finds Mr Right … Continue reading

Posted in Can't keep a man, Choice Addiction, Death of courtship | 260 Comments