Be A Babe (Japanese Edition)

Christmas is “date night” in Buddhist Japan. Here we have Moe, a wife and mother, dressing up for her husband Moto for Christmas dinner. Moe is a Level 5 Housewife in the realm of Japanese traditional dress. Here she is taking the evening off in Western wear. Unlike 10/10 girls in the West, where Hot=Crazy,Continue reading “Be A Babe (Japanese Edition)”

Biblical Womanhood — A Study Guide

The Greeks and Romans did not have morality as part of their religion. The “religion” of the Greeks and Romans includes stuff like this: Zeus takes the form of a swan, and rapes/seduces Leda, the wife of King Tyndareus of Sparta. She bears two children from this, Helen and Polydeuces. Later, at a feast, ZeusContinue reading “Biblical Womanhood — A Study Guide”

Straight Talk for Women, with A. V. Yader

This is a series originally written for men — men who, over and over, do stupid things that they should not do. Thus, they need to be talked to in plain language. I am presenting it here for women, particularly younger women, who still have something left to save. Mostly, it is pretty obvious stuff,Continue reading “Straight Talk for Women, with A. V. Yader”

Straight Talk for Women, with Suzanne Venker

Basically, if you want a good marriage and family, you better actually do something that produces that result — and from a young age, like 16. If you spent all your time and energy doing everything that is contrary to that result, it might not happen. Unfortunately, women can’t figure this out for themselves, untilContinue reading “Straight Talk for Women, with Suzanne Venker”

All Women (after age 26) are Like That

I estimate that about 20% of American women make good wives. Another 20% or so could have made good wives, but things didn’t work out. The median age of marriage today is about 28, but a woman who gets married at age 28 is often in a relationship with the man she will marry byContinue reading “All Women (after age 26) are Like That”

The “Family Wage”

Marriage and Civilization (2014), by William Tucker, is a worthwhile book for many reasons. Among them is a mention of something that I have not heard anywhere else — the “Family Wage” agreement. The “family wage” emerged in the late 19th century to allow women to withdraw from the workforce. To unregulated capitalism, men, women,Continue reading “The “Family Wage””