Tag Archives: Masculinity and women

Compilation of advice for men struggling in their marriage

This information is spread all across the web in various places. I thought it would be a good idea to compile a list here since this is one of the most often asked questions for men coming to these parts. … Continue reading

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Sexual needs

I want to build off BGR’s post 6 ways a wife can understand her husband’s sexual needs. First, in Jewish culture and in the OT, sex is a wife’s right the husband must give her. Exodus 21:10 If he takes … Continue reading

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You’re not responsible for a woman’s emotions

This post is somewhat of a follow-up and reminder of a very old post her emotions and her emotions part 2. Essentially, it’s very difficult for men to understand that you’re not responsible for a woman’s emotions. You’re not responsible … Continue reading

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Intelligent submission is not required

Wayne Grudem is a professor of theological and religious studies. He is also one of the general editors for the ESV translation of the Bible. Wayne Grudem similarly portrays complementarian decision making as, in the vast majority of cases, an … Continue reading

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Intuitive heuristics: Be THE man

Christian men and husbands generally have the masculinity beaten out of them by the culture and churchianity. Thus, it’s very difficult for men and husbands to learn how to be strong, masculine, Christian man. I stumbled upon this when I … Continue reading

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Is BPD just women with too much freedom revisited

Back in 2013, when SSM’s site was going strong, Cail Corishev came up with (?) a theory that women with BPD was either strongly correlated and/or caused by too much freedom. I found this quite interesting and commented over there, … Continue reading

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A good fit

Donal’s Masculine Monday touched some on the concept of abundance mentality and how it relates to decreased thinking about what woman care about you. In general, I think abundance mentality is the wrong way to approach relationships. The thing with … Continue reading

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The headship conversation

For single men and those starting out a relationship I think having the headship conversation is something you should do. In fact, in general it is a good idea to have your own ‘Bible Study’ (if you’re Protestant) and or … Continue reading

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Masculine immaturity is placing responsibilities before roles

In alpha beta misunderstandings, I made the case that that “alpha” and “beta” (and delta, gamma, omega, etc) are not on the opposite ends of a spectrum. Rather, masculinity and femininity are on a similar spectrum where being “beta” is … Continue reading

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The influence of hypergamy on attractiveness and relationships

Understanding attraction has always been one of the more interesting things to learn about. In particular, there’s always been different articles about the differences in what “men” find attractive as opposed to “women.” One of these is ideal male physique. … Continue reading

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