Category Archives: New Morality

Embracing no fault divorce is the natural result of elevating romantic love to a moral force.

Some time back my wife and I watched the old TV series Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955-1962).  It is interesting to watch old shows like that because they give you a sense of the Hollywood propaganda of the age.  One line … Continue reading

Posted in Complementarian, Courtly Love, Divorce, John Milton, Marriage, New Morality, Rebellion, Romantic Love, St. Jerome | 126 Comments

Jane’s noble path to marriage.

Seriouslypleasedropit comments on Most men are not afraid of commitment: Bob and Jane have some sort of prelude romance and move in together. Either because Bob is just that cool, Jane that desperate, or whatever, Bob hasn’t actually had to … Continue reading

Posted in Choice Addiction, Finding a Spouse, Having it all, Marriage, New Morality, Serial Monogamy, Traditional Conservatives, Turning a blind eye, Weak men screwing feminism up | 154 Comments

Courtly love is always sexual, even when non physical.

Red Pill Latecomer noted that courtly love is considered pure, in part because it doesn’t involve sex: But as I learned it, the highest form of Courtly Love was chaste. No adultery involved. The Knight would have a pure love … Continue reading

Posted in C.S. Lewis, Chivalry, Courtly Love, Feral Females, New Morality, Rationalization Hamster, Romantic Love, Turning a blind eye, Wife worship | 160 Comments

Courtly Love: The origins of cuckchivalry.

I’ve been reading The Allegory of Love by C.S. Lewis, about the medieval idea of “courtly love”.  Lewis sums up the concept as (emphasis mine): The sentiment, of course, is love, but love of a highly specialized sort, whose characteristics … Continue reading

Posted in C.S. Lewis, Courtly Love, Crossdressing Theology, New Morality, Romantic Love, Traditional Conservatives, Wife worship | 197 Comments

Rubbing body parts together.

Deti noted in the comments of the last post that there is a deep aversion in modern Christians to the idea that both spouses (not just husbands) owe sex to each other, as outlined in 1 Cor 7. Pastors and … Continue reading

Posted in Marriage, Albert Mohler, Romantic Love, New Morality, Book of Oprah, Frigidity, Turning a blind eye, Wife worship, Dr. Russell Moore | 106 Comments