My Beloved from High School

I first saw her in the later part of 9th grade, probably the first day of second semester. All the different students were introducing themselves to the class, it was English class I believe, and when I first saw her I was in shock, oh my god she was so cute, so charming, so pretty, so fascinating. She was laughing, having a good time, yucking it up with friends. She seemed so confident and relaxed and playful, having a good time with the ritual introductions to the class. And she was so pretty. I was amazed, damn that girl was attractive. I obsessed over her a good three days before “returning to normal” mentally. I was always acutely aware of her after that, nervous about how I should react to her and such. Continue reading

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Marital Rape is “Real Rape”

Can a husband “rape” his wife? By “rape” I mean cause a major psychological trauma based on a forced sex episode. In other words a “real rape,” a rape that causes major harm against the victim. Continue reading

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Christian Complementarianism is Female Controlled Patriarchy

What is Christian Complementarianism? I remember fondly listening to Mark Driscoll youtube videos (Mark Driscoll the former big name leader of Mars Hill Church and the Acts 29 Network and Christian Complementarianism) and I very much liked what he had to say about what it means to be a Godly woman and a Godly man and how men and women should relate to each other in marriage. Yes, true, I knew that I was more extreme or radical in my view of gender relations than Mark Driscoll was, me being more strongly patriarchal than him, but basically what he had to say seemed good and right to me even if in my opinion he didn’t go “far enough.” Continue reading

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To Serve or To Impress a Woman

Is it better to serve a woman or to impress a woman? A woman you are romantically interested in, a woman you want to be in a relationship with.

If there is a girl that you like you want to impress her, you want her to like you, you want her to say “yes” to what you ask of her. These are all things based on her response to you and her will or her choices regarding you; these are things based on her emotional responses and her decisions. Continue reading

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The Romantic Market of Traditional Men and Women

There is a problem for the single traditional men and women out there, namely how to find a good romantic partner of the opposite sex who is traditional like you in a hostile feminist world. Are there any traditional women out there? Are there any traditional men out there? How do us isolated rebels find each other in the feminist mob where everybody is a feminist it seems? Continue reading

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The Poison of Promiscuity and the Necessity of Marriage

What is the purpose of marriage, what is the purpose of the sacrifice and the idealism of marriage? Without marriage children will not be provided for and taken care of as they should, as they deserve as children. It is possible to continue to have children without marriage, having children outside of marriage and single motherhood and such, but it is definitely not possible to have a civilized sustainable community without marriage. Continue reading

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Rush Limbaugh advocating for Men’s Rights and Traditional Masculinity

I started listening to the Rush Limbaugh show off and on since around 1993. The Rush Limbaugh show was actually my main vehicle for moving in a more conservative direction socially; the idea of taking responsibility for myself and my future and the goal of improving myself and my performance abilities in general. Rush Limbaugh introduced me to the idea of out-of-wedlock births being a problem; my first awareness that “something was wrong” in terms of how relationships between men and women were working or not working in society overall. Continue reading

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