Let us form some basic assertions, and see what leads from them. A woman should bear children during her peak childbearing years; this is basically 18-32. A woman should be married before getting pregnant. A woman should not have sex before getting married. This is difficult, since a woman naturally has a high sex/coupling driveContinue reading “Basic Assertions”
Beginning in the 1990s, inspired by books such as I Kissed Dating Goodbye (2003) by Joshua Harris, there emerged among small Christian groups a “purity movement,” which basically attempted to revive Christian courtship as it existed before 1900. This, apparently, did not go so well. All too often, girls remained “pure,” that is: unmarried. ThisContinue reading “The “Purity” Movement”
One of the things you find, is that the pattern of courtship has held in pretty much all major civilizations for the last two thousand years. It has been true of the Christian Era, but it was also true (I believe) of Rome in its prime, and Greece. It is true in Islamic countries (manyContinue reading “Courtship Everywhere”
I said that this would be a blog about solutions, not analysis, which you can get in great abundance elsewhere. Having considered all the analysis for some time, I have come to some conclusions; or, solutions. Basically, I find that the solution, or at least my solution, is: courtship. By “courtship” I do not meanContinue reading “Courtship Today”
Many have noted that men are not particularly enthused by a working girl’s accomplishments. Women call this “being intimidated.” Men usually insist this is not the case. It rarely goes much further than this. So, let’s go further. She Isn’t Going To Like You. Every man knows, consciously or intuitively, that women are “hypergamous.” TheyContinue reading “The Problem(s) Of Working Girls”
Yes, I will clean things up around here at some point. But, I wanted to get going, and not wait around until everything was prettified.
Welcome to my blog. Its purpose is to explore various topics regarding sex, marriage and family — an area with many problems today, as has been amply explored by the “red pill community.” They have done an excellent job of analysis and description. But, little has been said about solutions, and this persistent lack hasContinue reading “Complaining Is Not Enough.”