Tag Archives: Game

Social signaling and purity rings

Here I go. I shall attempt… coherence. *cue “aaaaaaaahhhhhh” Hollywood sound effect* On my Facebook feed, my parents’ pastor posted a link to a guy poking a live wire issue in the evangelical Christian community: courtship. It’s entitled, “Why Courtship is Fundamentally … Continue reading

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Rhetorical tricks

Rhetoric is necessary, don’t get me wrong. But there’s a certain class of rhetorical tricks that’s blatantly dishonest, and it really ticks me off when people use them (and then try to act all innocently outraged when they get called … Continue reading

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The Checklist

Via Insty, a response to that ridiculous “feminist boyfriend” article. No, no, no, nonononono! Stop helping them! What are you doing?!?! If a feminist woman actually took that advice, some poor schmuck might actually end up in a relationship with her!  Thankfully, feminists are not … Continue reading

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Bring back chaperones

As Katherine Timpf so wittily says, Women Are Too Weak To Say No To Sex, so obviously this whole “yes means yes” campaign in CA is going to be totally inadequate to address the problem of boyfriends one-night-stands drunken hookups who … Continue reading

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Flailing through the weeds

One of Dalrock’s posts has spawned a multi-day doctrinal debate between various people on the topic of Biblical marriage; it’s been quite the chewy read, and while long,* I do recommend it. I dipped my toes in a little bit, … Continue reading

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I’m glad I’m not her

The Worstest Person in the World, Vox Day, has got a post up on Alpha Game about that chick who posted a spreadsheet her husband sent her of all the really lame excuses she used to get out of having … Continue reading

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The Appetites

One of the repeated criticisms of Game that people (generally, trolls) will bring up is the idea that men changing their attitudes and habitual actions in order to become more attractive to women is somehow “immoral” or “deceptive.” As if … Continue reading

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