What Lisa Dierbeck has written here is both priceless and ominous. Amazing how, even from a secular perspective that is removed from Biblical mores regarding sexual ethics, she’s found herself not far from the truth. Keep moving rightward, Lisa. You’re almost there. This should also serve as a warning to college-aged women who are getting […]
Who is the idiot here? I’d submit that it is the man, Steven Silverstein. While Kendra Platt-Lee certainly qualifies as a “gold-digger”–and Steven Silverstein is fortunate to be getting ditched now rather than after the wedding–he was a complete idiot for moving in with her and giving her access to his money. Hopefully, he learns […]
HT to Vox Day. This is what happens when a man breaks up with a woman, and still tries to remain friends with her.
Vox Day has an excellent take on what I call the Maureen Dowd defense: Intimidation
I about choked on my coffee when I read this piece by “Sigrid”, in her attempt to attack Susan Walsh: @Susan: Your argument(s) (and I use “argument” loosely) about female promiscuity and its correlation to a litany of negative individual/societal outcomes notwithstanding, I find your tacit (0r perhaps not so tacit) support of “slut shaming” […]
The results of it were a little surprising. I’ll let Vox’s words speak for themselves and leave it to the reader to draw his or her own conclusions. There were 232 male and 59 female responses that were usable. I had to throw out a few that didn’t provide meaningful responses, such as those that […]
Susan Walsh has provided a fascinating assessment of the sexual landscape in America. The results are, shall we say, interesting but not completely surprising. In a nutshell: (1) The good news: the majority of people aren’t hooking up and engaging in the casual sex culture. (2) The bad news: the hookup culture is getting all […]
When it comes to advancing the dynamics of male-female interaction–i.e. Game–Roissy has few equals. Say what you want about his crude, crass secularism, he gets it about how women think, even as he uses that for his own base advantages. Like Vox Day, I accept that Game is no respecter of religious or personal motivations: […]
I’ll comment more on this later. Very good post by Walsh.
If you had asked me which group–men versus women–had, in percentage terms, more virgins among their college ranks, I would have answered, without hesitation, that the women do. My reason: societal expectations. Men are, more or less, EXPECTED to acquire notches on their belts; male sexual experience is REWARDED by women; women, in turn, are […]