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- Lancelot’s bowtie.
- Pictures of chivalry.
- You say Jesus, they think Lancelot.
- Confusing history with literature.
- The quest for a kinder, gentler carousel
- Why are so many tradional conservative women obsessed with making sure hookups are fair?
- More grim news for carousellers hoping to jump at the last minute.
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- A case for anger.
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Tag Archives: Post Marital Spinsterhood
As recent readers know, I’ve been poking at a massive sore spot for some of my female commenters lately with the themes of post marital spinsterhood and the remarriage strike. To be clear it is only a minority of my … Continue reading
Few topics generate more excitement for rationalization hamsters than the question of why women don’t (re)marry later in life. Merely bringing this topic up is the equivalent of grabbing a megaphone and shouting: Hamsters! Start your engines! If you have … Continue reading
As I mentioned on my first post on the topic, I’ve noticed a shift across the generations on how men felt about remarriage. It strikes me that men are both less willing to remarry after divorce (especially if they already … Continue reading
I coined the term post-marital spinsterhood when I created the spoof warning label for Eat Pray Love. Women finding it difficult to remarry after divorce is something I’ve noted personally amongst my own generation. Many women my wife and I … Continue reading