It will be interesting to see what backlash he gets for this one.
Feel free to discuss this piece by Pepper Schwartz, a professor of Sociology at University of Washington. I’d say she is ignoring a couple of large elephants in her office that are crapping all over her carpet. I’ll elaborate more later.
I had to say that, because of the headline in this article. (HT: Vox Day) Women who have several sexual partners before getting married have less happy marriages – but men do no harm by playing the field,a study has found. According to new research by the National Marriage Project, more than half of married […]
Susan “Princeton Mom” Patton created a firestorm by writing this editorial for the Wall Street Journal. The feminist establishment has their panties in the mother of all twists. If you don’t believe me, read the comments for that article. Reinforcing Patton’s advice, Vox Day has followed up with this, where a PhD scientist, who married […]
Fair disclosure: I like Susan Walsh. While she blogs from a secular perspective, she has provided some good, stark perspective regarding the “sexual marketplace” and has done a good job articulating the price that feminism has exacted from both sexes. She has been excellent at exposing the down side of the hookup culture. Still, I […]
And no, we are not shaming every single mom here. But Dalrock–picking up on a post from Captain Capitalism–has a very interesting take. And yes, I agree with Dalrock and Captain Capitalism regarding the general situation. I’ll explain later, as work-related matters are eating my time right now.
HT to Susan Walsh. I definitely prefer MMV (marital market value) over SMV (sexual market value). I cannot say I have an issue with most of what she has written. As for her pointers to the ladies to “Up Your Girl Game”: 1. Achieve and maintain physical fitness. 2. Dress to flatter your body shape […]
Every college-age gal–and every female college grad–needs to read this.
Susan Walsh is an ally of sorts. I found her site via Vox Day’s Alpha Game site, and have referenced her from here a few times. (While I am quite happily-married, I still take a passing interest in Game as well as other issues of interest to male-female relations. As for Game sites, I tend […]
At this point, the story of Tracy Clark Flory (TCF)–the sex-positive feminist columnist who once defended casual sex and is now sort of revisiting that position–is not news. Susan Walsh and Vox Day–as well as Roissy–provide scathing assessments of TCF. My intention here is not to pile on TCF about her sexual past. She’s not […]