Traditional Dating

Recently, I was rereading, with new appreciation, Courtship in Crisis: The Case For Traditional Dating by Thomas Umstadt Jr. Among other things, it is a chronicle of the failures of Modern Courtship over the past thirty years. Since I am promoting Courtship around here, we also want to avoid all the problems of Modern Courtship.Continue reading “Traditional Dating”

TradBabe subcategory: Fashion Plate

Earlier, we had examples of TradBabes subcategory: BigBrain, which includes Helen Roy and Rebecca from Blonde in the Belly of the Beast. Today, we will have an example of the TradBabe subcategory: Fashion Plate. Because, we need more than just BigBrain girls, we also need those who represent the full spectrum of civilizational accomplishments, ofContinue reading “TradBabe subcategory: Fashion Plate”

Calculate Your Chance of Finding Mr. Right

This is good: For example: SingleWhiteAge 28-35At least 5’8″At least $80K/yr income Percentage of U.S. male population Age 28-35 that meets these qualifications: 3.9% SingleWhiteAge 25-35At least 6’0″Not obeseAt least $80k income Percentage of U.S. male population Age 25-35 that meets these qualifications: 0.41%

Return of the Daughters

I have only ever known one woman who was the Total Package: 9/10 for looks; 10/10 for brains; and 9/10 (I think) for character. She married a friend of mine. She went to Japan’s top university, Tokyo University. Tokyo University is sort of like Harvard, if Harvard was competitive. But, Tokyo University is also freeContinue reading “Return of the Daughters”

Avoiding the Career Path

More young women, or girls, these days are getting the idea that maybe they don’t want to go to college/get a career — even while their parents are pressuring them in that direction. College basically consists of vocational training, and general education. You don’t need vocational training, since you aren’t going to have a job.Continue reading “Avoiding the Career Path”

The Two-Income Trap

Back when Elizabeth Warren was doing something useful, instead of being a Socialist pest, she wrote a book called The Two Income Trap. It was an investigation into how families ended up in bankruptcy. Warren found that families were not, for the most part, spending money haphazardly or wantonly, on silly luxuries. Rather, their fixedContinue reading “The Two-Income Trap”