Tag Archives: Godly mindset & lifestyle

Generating and handling attraction from the opposite sex

Generally speaking, 9 times out of 10 if a single man or woman is hanging around another single of the opposite sex they’re definitely attracted and interested in a relationship. Some are more obvious than others (“get a room” comments … Continue reading

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Jumping back to meet cute scenarios

Previously on meet cutes, we looked at the commonness of having women be initially attracted to you. In general, I think that it’s not that common for the majority of men, though there are always some percentage of the population … Continue reading

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Revisiting dread in the Bible with an anti-chivalry lens

In the previous (long) post on dread, I outlined several concepts surrounding dread in marriages. To define dread, it’s generally a disconcerting feeling that results in a woman/wife when her husband becomes more sexually attractive (often interpreted in a bad … Continue reading

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Why we are here

I initially wrote this as a comment for reddit, but it’s worth a post since many men don’t understand the various interactions with lots of the different men’s blogs. Over the past 100+ years (or perhaps 1000+ years as Aaron … Continue reading

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Double standards around sex: the purest example of the feminization of Christianity

From Reddit’s sub “Christian Marriage.” Women, please don’t deny your husbands — 0 upvotes, 50% upvoted Here’s the post: Sex for a husband is so essential. Please don’t undermine how important that is to a husband who desires his wife, … Continue reading

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Unshameable

One of the things most Christians seem to have trouble separating, not just in wider Christian culture but also in various manosphere circles, is that vetting and preferences for marriage are different than how you should treat someone as a … Continue reading

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Jesus says follow Me — the correct view of relationships and marriage contrary to the culture

I remember writing this up, but I think I forgot to post it here. Jesus and the Church are a guide to male and female relationships and marriage. The analogy of husband and wife as Jesus and the Church in … Continue reading

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How to evaluate sexual compatibility as a Christian with no pre-marital sex and only chaste behavior

This question has been asked a bunch of times before, but it never has had it’s own post. Let me first say I’m not an expert on this topic, but here’s a bit about how I approached it with my … Continue reading

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Headship in Genesis

I’ve already gone over why there was headship before the fall. Even as CBMW has gotten a lot of stuff wrong, they did get this right in 1987 Danver’s statement. Adam’s headship in marriage was established by God before the Fall, … Continue reading

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Idealism and Opportunism are not sex specific

Reading for Scott’s post on Sigma, I was reminded of one of the common manosphere tropes is that men love idealistically and women love opportunistically. This is false, but there are half truths to it. Men can seem to love … Continue reading

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