Category Archives: Moxie

Weak men screwing Star Wars feminism up.

Spoiler Alert:  Don’t read any further if you want to avoid plot spoilers for the new Star Wars movie. Mark Judge complains that weak men are screwing his Star Wars feminism up in ‘Star Wars’ and the Crisis of Masculinity … Continue reading

Posted in Envy, Fantasy vs Reality, Fatherhood, Feminist Territory Marking, Instapundit, Manliness, Military, Moxie, Star Wars, The Real Feminists, Traditional Conservatives, Turning a blind eye, Ugly Feminists, Vox Day, Weak men screwing feminism up | 230 Comments

Women’s Studies, complementarian style

I shouldn’t have been surprised to learn that there is a Women’s Studies professor on the CBMW Council: Mary Kassian, M.C.A.O.T. Homemaker, Author, Women’s Ministry Consultant Edmonton, AB, Canada Distinguished Professor of Women’s Studies, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Louisville, KY … Continue reading

Posted in Complementarian, Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, Mary Kassian, Moxie, The Real Feminists, Turning a blind eye | 172 Comments

The sound of a rebellious woman

She was loud and rebellious, Her feet would not stay at home. — Proverbs 7:11  NKJV Some time back DeNihilist linked to a blog post titled:  21 Signs You’re A Rebellious Woman (language warning).  The post begins by explaining that … Continue reading

Posted in Ban Bossy, Mark Driscoll, Moxie, Rebellion, Ugly Feminists | 230 Comments

Embarking on a lifetime of ugly feminism

Disney’s Babble is big on teaching girls to be bossy.  In March of last year they jumped on the “ban bossy” bandwagon with Let’s all join Beyonce and Jennifer Garner in banning the word bossy: The two superstars are asking … Continue reading

Posted in Babble, Ban Bossy, Beyoncé, Disney, Fantasy vs Reality, Moxie, Turning a blind eye, Ugly Feminists | 90 Comments

The problem isn’t knowledge, but attitude.

In the discussion of a recent post, Dragonfly asked what things a young woman can do to be more attractive to potential husbands: …from a man’s point of view, what would that 22 year old woman need to be like … Continue reading

Posted in Daily Mail, Finding a Spouse, Miserliness, Moxie, Ugly Feminists | 231 Comments