Category Archives: Relationship Dynamics

The Traditionalist Case for Marriage

I’ve heard it said many times in the Manosphere that marriage is a bad deal for men; the woman will divorce you for “cash and prizes” as soon as she becomes “unhaaaapy”, that the family court system is anti-male, etc. … Continue reading

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The Man’s Inherent Power to Dominate Women Romantically

Men are more powerful than women; intrinsically more powerful than women; more powerful than women by design. Men are superior to women in the masculine sphere; women are superior to men in the feminine sphere, power being part of the … Continue reading

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Advice Regarding Premarital Intimacy in a Traditional Relationship

A traditional relationship is based on how relationships used to be between men and women before feminism. In a traditional relationship the man is dominant over the woman and the woman is subordinate to the man; the man takes care … Continue reading

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Does Morality Work as a Romantic Strategy?

Are girls attracted to good men because they are good? Are women’s romantic choices “rational” in some way? I was watching a Red Man Group youtube video titled Red Pill 101 (Episode 31) with Rollo, Donovan, Rian, and Carl and … Continue reading

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What’s the most confusing thing about being a man today?

From the introduction to the “Manhood, Now” podcast produced by Anna Sale for WNYC Studios: “We’re in a moment where what it means to be a man is shifting—and to some men, it feels like there are a lot of … Continue reading

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Chivalry, Courtly Love, Romantic Love, and Marriage

Dalrock has lately been doing several posts attacking chivalry and courtly love as being anti-biblical and the beginning of wife worship and feminism. Quoting from Dalrock’s post “Chivalry and biblical marriage can’t coexist.” Dalrock states: “What Lewis is saying is … 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.

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