Over the years I have seen advice given by red pill women and some men that the trick to seduce and keep you man is to wear sexy lingerie. They write about it as if its a fail proof way to win over your man. If you disagree with this or say your husband doesn’t… Continue reading When Lingerie Backfires
Lori today: I believe it is more egregious for women to leave their natural function than it is for men since women don’t have the strong and powerful sex drive that men have. Men have ten times the testosterone and just their anatomy and the fact that they are visually stimulated makes it more difficult… Continue reading The “Men Have a Higher Sex Drive” Myth
From the very first page of The Mask of Motherhood by Susan Maushart: The problem certainly does still remains today. This time though women no longer have the pressure to conform to a happy housewife image, but rather to conform to images seen on social media or a woman “having it all”. This book was… Continue reading Two Realities, but Only One Acceptable
Christians are more than twice as likely to blame a person’s poverty on lack of effort. When comparing demographics and religious factors, the odds of Christians saying poverty was caused by a lack of effort were 2.2 times that of non-Christians. Compared to those with no religion, the odds of white evangelicals saying a lack… Continue reading Poverty Caused by Lack of Effort (or not doing something enough)
This is good: I am very much for ladies not taking outside jobs so they can stay at home with their children. My wife did so and we are thankful she did. Many would read the injunction for wives to be keepers at home and conclude that they cannot do that and also work outside… Continue reading Staying at Home is no Guarantee of a Happy Family
Lori says today: Did you know that the modern feminist movement began with three women who had terrible childhoods. “How ironic that these three intelligent women (Betty Friedan, Germaine Greer, and Gloria Steinem), none of women is currently married, have so influenced our current notions of family and motherhood” (Dr. Brenda Hunter). Because I don’t take a… Continue reading Did Betty Friedan have a Terrible Mother?
When I saw this comment and the mention of “follow your own convictions” it stuck out to me as having the same ring as the feminist/secular chant of “follow your heart”. I had planned to mention this in passing in my last post but Jeff provided the perfect quote to make a post topic of… Continue reading Follow your Heart vs. Follow your Conviction