- Riding the brake
- Too ugly to empower
- Meet your new master: Her feelings
- Feminist: Men don't complain enough when taking over tasks from women.
- More grim news for carousellers hoping to jump at the last minute.
- Frigidity and power.
- She isn't getting enough dates.
- A Tale of Two Beaches
- The only real man in the ashram
- A wife's best defense against a troublesome mother-in-law.
Category Archives: Marriage
In the discussion of Sandwich strike preachinginthewilderness commented on one of Sheila Gregoire’s most recent blog posts: Yesterday she was encouraging her thousands of christian women to make sure they withhold sex or make their husbands sleep on the couch … Continue reading
Mychael at Courtship Pledge describes a powerful lesson for her and her husband Scott’s daughter: Last night, I decided to put on one of Scott’s favorite skirts and a nice sweater while I cooked and served dinner. Just as I … Continue reading
One thing I have to admit about Pastor Driscoll is that he is an incredibly talented preacher. Part of this is his unmatched charisma and a gift for teaching. He also has a highly developed understanding of his audience, and he knows how … Continue reading
One of the ideas often put forward when discussing declining marriage rates is that our elites are likely to enact a Roman Empire style bachelor tax. I admittedly don’t have much background knowledge of how the Romans went about this, but … Continue reading
Margaret Sanger is long gone, but her life’s work of fomenting feminist rebellion remains alive and well. We don’t need Sanger, because we have (collectively) taken up the mantle of her and her pioneering colleagues. Feminist rebellion is now a … Continue reading