Category Archives: Stantons Heroes

Funny because it is true.

On the topic of the denied impact of judgment on women, The Onion presents:  Single Woman With 3 Young Children Unaware She Subject Of 984 Judgments Today …single mother Karen Nichols, 29, was reportedly completely unaware that she was the … Continue reading

Posted in Manosphere Humor, Satire, Stantons Heroes, Status of marriage, The Onion | 407 Comments

The benefits of a trip or two through the meat grinder.

From Yahoo Australia:  Kate Winslet: ‘Divorce has been good for my kids’ The 39-year-old Oscar-winning actress says her two divorces have helped teach her children how to “struggle”. “I think it’s very important to teach your children to struggle on … Continue reading

Posted in Motherhood, Rationalization Hamster, selling divorce, Stantons Heroes, Ugly Feminists | 69 Comments

Driscoll, where do baby-mamas come from?

Just one week after explaining that good Christian men can’t find wives because they unrealistically expect one who doesn’t already have another man’s children, Driscoll explained that women have no choice but to have children out of wedlock because there are no good men … Continue reading

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Don’t overlook single mothers.

Following The only real man in the room I’ve been trying to track down replacements for the Pastor Driscoll sermons which are disappearing from the web.  I finally found a replacement video and two transcripts for the sermon I quoted at … Continue reading

Posted in Mark Driscoll, Stantons Heroes, Turning a blind eye, Weak men screwing feminism up | 177 Comments

It’s hard on her, but not on her kids.

YourTango has a post titled 11 Things Single Parents Don’t Want To Hear.  Note the euphemism “single parent” when what they really mean is “single mother”.  The stigma against single mothers is clearly creeping back, and this will only accelerate. Number … Continue reading

Posted in Denial, Motherhood, Solipsism, Stantons Heroes, Status of marriage | 421 Comments