Category Archives: Death of courtship

Don’t play hard to get.

Robert Stacy McCain gets close, but misses the fact that women’s sexual impulses are no more naturally “pure” than men’s sexual impulses. What feminist ideology tells young women they should do — being sexually “empowered” and expecting this empowerment to … Continue reading

Posted in Choice Addiction, Cracks in the narrative, Death of courtship, Denial, Feral Females, Finding a Spouse, Law of the Double Standard, Robert Stacy McCain | 493 Comments

Ms. Chivalry

Ying Ma bemoans the loss of chivalry in Men Who Don’t Pay (H/T Instapundit): We live in a society where lots of men do not pay. Not only do they fail to pay for the women with whom they go … Continue reading

Posted in Chivalry, Death of courtship, Feminists, Traditional Conservatives, Weak men screwing feminism up | 412 Comments

She isn’t getting enough dates.

Eddie Kaufholz at Relevant Magazine has an article on an old standby topic, Why Don’t the Guys in my Church Ask Women on Dates? (H/T Robert Yates).  Relevant reader Erica kicks off the discussion with a letter asking why weak men are … Continue reading

Posted in Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, Death of courtship, Finding a Spouse, Relevant Magazine, The only real man in the room, Turning a blind eye, Weak men screwing feminism up | 382 Comments

Continuing the conversation.

The previous post at Courtship Pledge garnered an excellent discussion with 139 (and counting) comments. Donal Graeme furthers the conversation with his guest post: Getting the Ball Rolling: Networking

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Rebuilding what is forgotten.

Scott with Courtship Pledge was kind enough to take up a question of mine in his post:  How to send the right signal to the red-pill guys in church? I’ve left my own thoughts in the comments there*, and I’m … Continue reading

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