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Y’all giving me lots of material for posts from the comments section of the same post of my previous post on What makes a Christian marriage successful? Vetting There seems to be a very wrong impression about the value of … Continue reading
Jack comments on Nova’s most recent post. Cameron listed three commonalities with successful marriages (even those that started in sin and without proper screening or planning).1-The marriage is open to (better if enthusiastic for) having children.2-The woman wants to be … Continue reading
Scott makes a comment on Nova’s recent post on Sigma. Like Andy, who could not believe the things he was capable of while trying to escape to freedom, men today descend into a cesspool of fluid exchange and all other … Continue reading
Since some people are having issues with me stating that it’s not hard for someone to get into the top 10-20% of men, let’s actually go over some scenarios. My comment. This post looked at attraction to men’s musculature. Reliably, … Continue reading
Got some questions from readers. [The book] has clarified and brought together a lot of things in a very helpful way. Unfortunately, it’s pretty much too late for me (I grew up with the blue pill, especially Evangelical variety, and … Continue reading
This is actually not my original opinion. Novaseeker had a post over at Sigma, and he linked to a sexologist’s interview in regard to “sexual styles” compatibility. I ended up listening to the whole thing. The one comment that she … Continue reading
This is a pretty good episode discussing initiating dating and relationships inside the Church. The cover a bunch of what I’ve covered before with some unique insight. Check it out. I’m not going to summarize it, but I will add … Continue reading
From the mailbag: What should I do with my life if I don’t want to use the degree I’m studying for? How should I approach developing in the faith?
Haven’t been able to get the time to post much with some family issues and work. Will try to get back into things as I am able. A reader asks: I’ve read your post on your advice to a young … Continue reading
The Masculinist recently had a blog post on how to get out of the friend zone. My piece on it was 5 years ago. I think it’s time to go back over it in light of a bunch of the … Continue reading
IFS studies has another article examining How Ideology and Religion Relate to Marriage. All charts were created by them. It actually appears that “religious conservatives” still marry off at a rate higher than the other groups, even with the disruptions … Continue reading