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- You say Jesus, they think Lancelot.
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Category Archives: Infogalactic
You better do as she says, or she’ll take away your kids.
In response to A dangerous truth, commenter Anonymous Reader challenged my assertion that as a sociology professor, Wilcox had to understand that there are public policy reasons fathers are being kicked out of their children’s lives. For reference, here is … Continue reading
How to woo a peasant woman.
With Valentines Day fast approaching I thought I’d offer a refresher on the manners of chivalry. As before we turn to De Amore (1184-86), a poem with a list of rules for what we commonly know as chivalry and what … Continue reading
Posted in Chivalry, Courtly Love, De Amore, Infogalactic, Ugly Feminists 40 Comments
Headship is unchivalrous.
Last week I shared the tale of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Today I’ll share the tale of The Wedding of Sir Gawain. I fear that fans of last week’s tale will be disappointed to find that today’s tale … Continue reading
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
When I first started blogging one regular criticism I received from traditional conservatives (especially when writing about Game) was that I was killing chivalry. For the most part I disregarded this with the assumption that they either didn’t understand Game … Continue reading
Fighting for his Lady’s honor.
I’ve touched on this before, but I think the chivalrous story of Lancelot fighting for Guinevere’s honor in Chrétien de Troyes Lancelot, the Knight of the Cart is worthy of a dedicated post. I should note that I have not read … Continue reading