Category Archives: Feminism

The Learning Psychology of Women who Participate in the Online Amateur Sex Industry

All incentives, no apparent penalties. What is there not to like? Continue reading

Posted in Building Wealth, Decision Making, Feminism, Hamsterbation, Hypergamy, Internet Dating Sites, Models of Failure, Moral Agency, Psychology, Society, Solipsism | 88 Comments

On the Ethics of Teenage Marriage

Taking a wider Frame of view is wise, and perhaps necessary. Continue reading

Posted in Child Development, Convergence, Courtship and Marriage, Cultural Differences, Decision Making, Discernment, Wisdom, Education, Feminism, Introspection, Organization and Structure, Purpose, Relationships, Stewardship, Strategy | 32 Comments

The Feminist Life Script

What western culture teaches young women to do with their lives. Continue reading

Posted in Courtship and Marriage, Decision Making, Disorders, Divorce, Female Power, Feminism, Models of Failure, Politics, Sanctification & Defilement, SMV/MMV, Society, Solipsism, Vetting Women | 113 Comments

Redemption and Sexual Healing

It depends on whether we think sex is dirty or holy Continue reading

Posted in Attraction, Building Wealth, Child Development, Choosing a Partner or Spouse, Collective Strength, Courtship and Marriage, Culture Wars, Desire, Desire, Passion, Discernment, Wisdom, Feminism, Freedom, Personal Liberty, Headship and Patriarchy, Holding Frame, Introspection, Leadership, Male Power, Maturity, Personal Growth and Development, Organization and Structure, Purpose, Relationships, Sanctification & Defilement, Sexual Authority, Stewardship, The Power of God, Vetting Women | 40 Comments

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 | 2 Comments

A Ring of Gold in a Swine’s Snout

Women might have more dignity if they took themselves less seriously. Continue reading

Posted in Boundaries, Choosing a Partner or Spouse, Churchianity, Clothing, Convergence, Culture Wars, Discernment, Wisdom, Female Power, Feminism, Introspection, Maturity, Personal Growth and Development, Models of Failure, Organization and Structure, Personal Presentation, Satire, Self-Concept, Sexual Authority, Vetting Women | 8 Comments

What is a Curse?

Cursing is more than just profane speech. Continue reading

Posted in Conflict Management, Desire, Desire, Passion, Disorders, Divorce, Feminism, Freedom, Personal Liberty, Fundamental Frame, Hypergamy, Introspection, Maturity, Personal Growth and Development, Models of Failure, Relationships, Sanctification & Defilement, Self-Concept, Solipsism, The Power of God | 4 Comments

The Red Pill and Blue Pill as Paradigms of Sanctification and Defilement (with a mathematical analogy)

Noyce goys are defiled by the BP mindset, but they carry the notion that they’re ‘sanctified’! Continue reading

Posted in Authenticity, Building Wealth, Charisma, Child Development, Choosing a Partner or Spouse, Churchianity, Complementarianism, Confidence, Convergence, Discerning Lies and Deception, Discernment, Wisdom, Disorders, Divorce, Education, Enduring Suffering, Feminism, Game Theory, Hamsterbation, Introspection, Maturity, Personal Growth and Development, Models of Failure, Perseverance, Psychology, Purpose, Respect, Sanctification & Defilement, Self-Concept, Solipsism, Strategy, The Power of God | 22 Comments

Progressive

Progressive Christianity is neither Progressive nor Christian. Continue reading

Posted in Churchianity, Culture Wars, Discerning Lies and Deception, Feminism | 29 Comments

Hitting bottom must be necessary.

A historical timeline of how humanity has slowly degraded into it’s fundamental essence. Continue reading

Posted in Churchianity, Culture Wars, Discerning Lies and Deception, Discernment, Wisdom, Divorce, Evangelism, Feminism, International, Leadership, Politics, Society | 29 Comments