Category Archives: New Morality

Will Wilcox and the men of National Review respect you in the morning?

Over the last year or so there has been a concerted effort by men associated with National Review to woo men into marriage.  The most recent example of this is W. Bradford Wilcox and Nicholas H. Wolfinger’s February 9th article … Continue reading

Posted in Cheryl Strayed, Dennis Prager, Disrespecting Respectability, Fatherhood, Jim Geraghty, Marriage, National Marriage Project, National Review, New Morality, Satire, selling divorce, Traditional Conservatives, W. Bradford Wilcox, Weak men screwing feminism up | 272 Comments

Scaring away the competition

Scott at American Dad has an excellent new post: Cartoonish Chivalry hurts daughters  Scott is responding to the popular meme on social media of fathers trying to scare young men away from their daughters: First, you can’t be serious. Set … Continue reading

Posted in American Dad, Cartoonish Chivalry, New Morality, Traditional Conservatives, Turning a blind eye | 105 Comments

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 | 128 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 | 155 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