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Doom and gloom and the amount of attractive Christian virgins Part 3

Based on the discussion in Donal’s thread Market Analysis and deti’s points, I went back over the statistics from the previous post. I found a few errors that I made, so I’m correcting them in this updated post. Let’s get … Continue reading

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Sexless marriage and other relationship statistics

Dalrock’s recent post on Wilcox motivated me to dredge this up from my drafts folder about 8 months ago. According to Nicholas B Wolfinger, one of the authors: Approximately 85 percent of Americans will marry in their lifetimes. Most will … Continue reading

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Doom and gloom and the amount of attractive Christian virgins Part 2

In the previous post on a woman’s sexual partners and divorce risk, we found out that approximately 5% of women were virgins when they were married in 2010. I noted that I wanted to go back and do a ‘better’ … Continue reading

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The free will to marry

There’s been a rash of posts and comments after Donal’s Masculine Monday on choosing a wife or not and A Fixer Upper post. These have been Moose Norseman and Choking as well as Cane’s and Chad’s comments. I have some … Continue reading

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Blinded by infatuation

Wintery Knight has already written on this, but there are more details which reveal much more of the picture. In case you’ve been living under a rock, Tim Tebow was dumped by Olivia Culpo who was a Miss Universe for … Continue reading

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Lens of bias

This is somewhat of a more educational post. Like it or not, we all have our different biases. Obviously, knowledge of sociosexual dynamics and the implications for wider society — colloquially the “red pill” as discussed in the manosphere — … Continue reading

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Doing your homework, studying, and the exam

I think the major reason women are having trouble understanding the vetting issues and why they are effective to a large extent is because they are taking an all or nothing mentality when the world is more fluid than that. … Continue reading

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Barking up the wrong tree

Yesterday I commented on wolves in sheep’s clothing. This led into some very unamusing commentary which eventually devolved into this unmasking feminism post supposedly claiming how nutty the manosphere has gotten. “Child of Ra” mentioned just a one sentence comment … Continue reading

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Wolves in sheep’s clothing

ChildofRa writes on a wife’s plea to Christian men about their sexual sinning. I’m going to address this separately as it’s non-sequitur. Women always like to write “what about men” or “men did this” when women are criticized. Really, this … Continue reading

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Answering questions about engagement

A commenter has written in about some questions pertaining to his engagement. I answered them, but if any of the married men commenting have experience with these questions feel free to offer advice as well. “For us, we’re at the … Continue reading

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