My grandmother is the antithesis of what our feminist foes want every girl to be. She goes to the gym every day, despite being 70+ years old. She cooks massive delicious meals every time from scratch, feeding everyone in the family with plenty of leftovers. She cleans, takes care of her husband and never complains. She is what used to be the epitome of a housewife.
3. ‘Cuz Indiana Jones, that’s why! Saint Velvet from Traditional Christianity writes:
It’s called self-defense, bitchez!
4. Nick B. Steves at The Reactivity Place is in the midst of a ten-part series on Reactionary Consensus:
- Reactionary Consensus I: Hierarchy
- Reactionary Consensus II: Deep Heritage
- Reactionary Consensus III: Sex Realism
- Reactionary Consensus IV: Race Realism
5. The Red Pill Society on Pinterest is hilarious:
6. I want one of these hero(ine) cards so badly. Because I do think a metal bikini is my style, don’t you?
7. Food Freedom! Learn to cook. Learn to raise some of your own food. Avoid this:
8. Teaching Boys That Boys Are Inferior: SheZow? Really?
9. The Society of Phineas has a handy chart comparing Christian Marriage 1.0 vs. Marriage 2.0.
One of the serious oversights of the discussions of sexual relations in the Manosphere is that men are just as affected by The Hamster as women. It does get discussed, but I don’t think it’s ever been tied together the way I’m doing here. What Thankful Husband is trying to talk about when he says love in the quoted comment is actually compassion and sexual desire for one person, and at the same time.
11. You Can’t Fix Your Marriage by Being Mad at the Opposite Sex, Athol Kay points out:
Societal problems are worth dealing with, but the difficulties of resolving Societal problems are well beyond any one person. So if you are having an Personal problem in your marriage, trying to fix the Societal pressures on your marriage will not provide a solution. Even as you make some tiny sliver of progress on the Societal issues, your Personal issues will continue to worsen. We might get some social change over the next 20-30 years, but your marriage may not make it that long.
12. Divine Motherhood, from The Thinking Housewife:
The Christian mother is not satisfied to prepare her child for this world — for friends, school, college, marriage and life in general. Her project extends into eternity. Thus she possesses a certain detachment that makes her authority over her children especially powerful and makes her less unsettled by their storms, whims or unpopularity by the world’s standards. For the pagan mother, her life is a success if her child is well-liked.