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Christian Contempt

I found the latest post by Dalrock (read the whole thing!) to be inspiring enough to break my pregnancy-induced silence to give some advice to Christian wives. Be incredibly wary of so-called “Christian leaders” who criticize married men. No matter how “traditional” … Continue reading

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Focus on the Feminism

I have a vague feeling of nausea after reading the latest of Dalrock’s exposés of Focus on the Family’s “marriage” advice. I dimly recall that my parents were subscribers back in the 90s. (They aren’t now, to my knowledge.) I … Continue reading

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Fisking: What We Get Wrong about Women Submitting to Their Husbands

Oh boy. Look what showed up in my Facebook feed – shared by my BIL, liked by his feminist sister, and one of my premarital counselors(!). What We Get Wrong about Women Submitting to Their Husbands First red flag: it’s posted at … Continue reading

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Vacation Chaos!

I’ve just returned yesterday from a pilgrimage to the headquarters of the Evil League of Evil, deep in a volcano in Italy…. Actually, though I was in Italy, a minor faceless minion such as myself did not dare bother the … Continue reading

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A golden cage

Sarah’s Daughter apparently waded through the commentary over on Alpha Game wherein an individual who idolizes “freedom” (particularly from social responsibilities to others, and especially from intimate social responsibilities) showed how utterly alien and empty the “freedom” feminist meme really is. I … Continue reading

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And another passes

And suddenly, there were two. Two grandparents left, out of the eight we started with, between J and I. His mother’s mother passed away early last week, and we got back from attending the funeral (twelve hours’ drive, one way) yesterday. … Continue reading

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Epiphany

So tonight I was chillin’ with my sis and her husband, and I described to them the basics of the blog argument with emphasis on “How do you think I could have done better?” because they’re part of my advice-giving-and-receiving … Continue reading

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