Category Archives: Wendy Griffith

Warhorn interview: Does work like yours attract misogynists?

This is the final post in the series.  For context regarding this series see this post.  You can also see the whole series. [—————————Begin my email to Nathan—————————] @Nathan 9. Related to question 8, does work like yours attract misogynists? Why or why … Continue reading

Posted in Every Man's Marriage, Nathan Alberson, Turning a blind eye, Warhorn Interview, Warhorn Media, Wendy Griffith | 123 Comments

Unless the men are *Christian*.

Pastor Michael Foster tweets: One of the most common questions I get asked is: How do I attract a woman? I asked a wise older pastor how'd he answer it concisely. He said: "You'll attract a woman by getting men … Continue reading

Posted in Aging Feminists, Disrespecting Respectability, Game, Pastor Michael Foster, Turning a blind eye, Wendy Griffith | 137 Comments

You’ll have to buy a few dinners on the road to finding your 53 year old dream girl.

As 53 year old never married Wendy Griffith explains in her book on how to find a husband, it is important for women to only date men who are willing to buy them dinner and desert. God wants you to … Continue reading

Posted in Chivalry, Death of courtship, New York Post, Traditional Conservatives, Wendy Griffith | 89 Comments

If she can’t demand a husband then how do we expect her to demand salvation?

Lori Alexander quoted my post as well as many of the replies in her recent post What Men Thought of My Viral Post.  One woman responded to this most recent post by explaining that since she deserves salvation even though … Continue reading

Posted in Finding a Spouse, Lori Alexander, Ugly Feminists, Wendy Griffith | 319 Comments

Fighting choice addiction.

To my future husband: I know you will be worth the wait! — Wendy Griffith, Age 53* Choice addiction is part intoxication with the process of judging suitors, and part fear of missing out on something better. The risk is … Continue reading

Posted in Choice Addiction, Envy, Finding a Spouse, Wendy Griffith | 274 Comments