Author Archives: Deep Strength

Study on what women prefer in mens’ body

Remember all those contrast pictures where women “preferred” some weaker looking male celebrity over a more ripped one? Remember that “trend” of women loving dad bods? Yeah, that ain’t true. https://phys.org/news/2017-12-upper-body-strength-key-factor.html Dr Aaron Sell from the School of Criminology and … Continue reading

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Conservatives still don’t get it or don’t want to

A David Masciotra responds to the “toxic masculinity” article on American Conservative. I had my eye on the prettiest girl at the party. We’d met a few months earlier in high school biology. When class had let out one day, … Continue reading

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Hypergamy is good

Figured it would be good to have a post this topic as I haven’t done one already and Donal’s thread recently brought it up. Historically, hypergamy — termed in 19th century India — was used to signify marrying up in … Continue reading

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“Toxic masculinity”

“Tyler” on Slate writes Men Aren’t Monstrous, but Masculinity Can Be. It’s pretty short, so I’ll just go through the whole thing. While bent over locking up my bike in Chicago a few years ago, I heard the all-too-familiar sound … Continue reading

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On divorce Part 5

This post is a re–re–re-consolidation and simplified explanation of the Scriptures on divorce. Previous discussions include several conversations and much of the same material from On divorce and On divorce Part 2 and On divorce Part 3 and On divorce … Continue reading

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Happy international mens day

Since our culture loves making up days to celebrate, happy international mens day to you all. Of course, you’ll hear virtually nothing about this celebration — compared to “international womens day” which is widely trumpeted on every media outlet — … Continue reading

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Apparently wealthy women are doomed to be miserable

From QZ — A sociologist explains why wealthy women are doomed to be miserable My recent in-depth interview research on the lifestyles of affluent families in New York City highlights the ways in which wealthy wives are often cast as … Continue reading

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Open rebellion

Some excellent discussion over at Scott’s on the impasse. Snapper writes about the problem of “open rebellion,” reinforced by the Church: A woman will use the “settled” tactic if it will gain her points for control or sympathy. Within the … Continue reading

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The bad about Christian radio

Still here, just writing. In the meantime, “What’s so bad about Christian radio.” Some good excerpts: His blog was titled Christian Music Radio Is More Theological Than You Think. I don’t have any doubt that it’s theological. If you’re opening your … Continue reading

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The Peter, Titus 2, and marriage connection

Since this was being discussed in Dalrock’s comments. Peter says he won’t deny Jesus, but Jesus prophesies that he will: John 13:36 Simon Peter *said to Him, “Lord, where are You going?” Jesus answered, “Where I go, you cannot follow … Continue reading

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