Category Archives: Consent

Wimmin Luv Cats because ¡Science!

Like attracts like! Continue reading

Posted in Animals, Attraction, Choosing a Partner or Spouse, Consent, Conspiracy Theories, Contraceptives, Culture Wars, Desire, Desire, Passion, Disorders, Female Power, Feminism, Hypergamy, Introspection, Love, Models of Failure, Moral Agency, Persuasion, Polysexuality, Psychology, Relationships, Reviews, Satire, Science, Secrecy, Self-Concept, Sexual Authority, Society, Solipsism | 1 Comment

Zizek – Everyday Sexuality

Fantasy and frustration is the mark of the madness. Continue reading

Posted in Consent, Culture Wars, Desire, Desire, Passion, Female Power, Feminism, Food, Handling Rejection, Homosexuality, MGTOW, Incels, Politics, Power, Psychology, Self-Concept, Sexual Authority, Solipsism | 4 Comments

“Flipping the Switch” is God’s Gatekeeping, not her Tingle management

Submission to sexual authority is subordinant to God’s prerogatives. Continue reading

Posted in Boundaries, Consent, Courtship and Marriage, Desire, Desire, Passion, Discipline, Education, Enduring Suffering, Female Power, Fundamental Frame, Glory, Headship and Patriarchy, Maturity, Personal Growth and Development, Moral Agency, Personal Presentation, Purpose, Relationships, Respect, Self-Concept, Sexual Authority, Stewardship, The Power of God, Vetting Women | 30 Comments

Sexual Consent in Marriage

Contrary to popular culture, a Christian wife needs her husband’s consent to either refuse sex or “let herself go”. Continue reading

Posted in Choosing a Partner or Spouse, Churchianity, Consent, Courtship and Marriage, Discernment, Wisdom, Divorce, Female Power, Influence, Maturity, Personal Growth and Development, Models of Failure, Models of Success, Organization and Structure, Relationships, Stewardship, The Power of God | Tagged | 21 Comments

No Authority to give “Consent”

Women don’t have the moral authority to give consent to illicit sex. Continue reading

Posted in Consent, Courtship and Marriage, Culture Wars, Feminism, Moral Agency, Organization and Structure, Relationships, Stewardship | Tagged , | 7 Comments