Category Archives: SEC Studies

Prime Directive Vision

Having a “prime directive” vision combined with a little bit of Patriarchy, a little bit of Proverbs 31, and a lot of Money is what keeps the ship afloat. Continue reading

Posted in Building Wealth, Choosing a Partner or Spouse, Churchianity, Collective Strength, Courtship and Marriage, Culture Wars, Determination, Discernment, Wisdom, Discipline, Divorce, Elite Cultural Influences, Female Power, Feminism, Fundamental Frame, Generational Curses, Headship and Patriarchy, Holding Frame, Influence, Male Power, Models of Failure, Models of Success, Moral Agency, Organization and Structure, Perseverance, Purpose, Relationships, SEC Studies, Self-Concept, Stewardship, Vetting Women | 36 Comments

How to Change a Hostile Culture

The elite hold power, any way you look at it. Continue reading

Posted in Building Wealth, Collective Strength, Conserving Power, Convergence, Courtship and Marriage, Culture Wars, Discernment, Wisdom, Discipline, Education, Elite Cultural Influences, Enduring Suffering, Faith Community, Headship and Patriarchy, Holding Frame, Influence, Leadership, Models of Failure, Models of Success, Moral Agency, Perseverance, Power, Protestantism, SEC Studies, Self-Concept, Stewardship, Strategy | 58 Comments

Dolearchy Trumps Patriarchy

The easiest way to sell divorce is to make it advantageous to wimmynz “financial independence”. Continue reading

Posted in Building Wealth, Collective Strength, Conspiracy Theories, Courtship and Marriage, Culture Wars, Discernment, Wisdom, Divorce, Female Power, Food, Freedom, Personal Liberty, Headship and Patriarchy, Models of Failure, Organization and Structure, Psychology, Relationships, SEC Studies, Statistics Reports, Stewardship, Vetting Women | 48 Comments

Patriarchy is the Default Context

The easiest way to sell patriarchy is to make it either the best or the only card left to play. Continue reading

Posted in Building Wealth, Collective Strength, Complementarianism, Culture Wars, Discernment, Wisdom, Divorce, Feminism, Freedom, Personal Liberty, Headship and Patriarchy, Joy, Male Power, Models of Success, Purpose, Relationships, Sanctification & Defilement, SEC Studies, Self-Concept, SMV/MMV, Stewardship | 79 Comments

Is Patriarchy for Deplorables?

Why are upper class marriages more egalitarian yet less prone to divorce? Continue reading

Posted in Building Wealth, Child Development, Collective Strength, Complementarianism, Divorce, Education, Feminism, Freedom, Personal Liberty, Headship and Patriarchy, Influence, Models of Success, Moral Agency, SEC Studies, Stewardship | 202 Comments