Category Archives: Philosophy

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 … Continue reading

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Does the Traditional Man Objectify the Traditional Woman?

In response to my previous post titled “Roosh V has Reduced Women to Sexual Commodities” Bj made the comment: “Your ‘traditional woman’ is as much a commodity to you as Roosh’s ‘modern woman’. She’s still an object to you, if … Continue reading

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My Love For and Duty Towards a Woman’s Femininity

I am a man; a masculine man born with masculine strengths and desires. I am not just male, I am a MAN. Thinking back to my high school days what I most liked about women was their femininity; their beautiful … Continue reading

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God as the Center of the Romantic Bond

Why do I as a man love women? Why am I inclined to fall in love with women? Because God made it so. Because God or evolution or whatever you want to call it put inside of me a kind … Continue reading

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Marriage is what Legitimizes Romantic Love and Sex

Dalrock, whom I’d characterize as a Christian MRA (Men’s Rights Activist), has made the observation that: From Dalrock’s post “Lovestruck” (April 15, 2013): “There is a new sexual morality which modern Christians and non Christians alike have embraced in the … Continue reading

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My Debt to the Women of High School

The origin of how I view women today comes from how I viewed women in high school. High School (in the late 1980s) was the starting point or the foundation for how I felt and thought about “womanhood” and the … Continue reading

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Why I’m a Patriarch First

This post is a response of sorts to Libby Anne’s piece “Why I’m a Feminist First” at Love, Joy, Feminism. I am a patriarch, a supporter of patriarchy, first and an atheist second. I do very much identify with being … Continue reading

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