5 ways modern women sabotage their success with marriage—before and after they say “I do”

(source) The first indication you’re talking to a married member of the modern generation is when the wife or husband says, “We’re pregnant.” Couples in the past would never dream of saying something so silly—because men do not get pregnant. But to the modern generation (those who are younger than, say, 40), there are no distinctions... Continue Reading →

College women, take heed: Prioritize marriage and family!

(source) In the last week alone, I’ve spoken with three millennial women (who reached out for coaching) who are all in the same boat: they’re up to their eyeballs in debt, having gotten degree upon degree due to the pressure they felt from their parents and the culture to do something big with their lives. To not... Continue Reading →

Modern Feminism’s Enemy: Womanhood

(source) Today's feminists can't abide that which makes women inherently different from men. Women across the West are under attack. Our enemy is not the infamous “patriarchy,” allegedly scheming to undermine us at every turn. Nor is it pregnancy, with its physical discomforts and emotional tribulations. Even children are blameless here, no matter how much... Continue Reading →

Feminisation leads to Third-Worldization

(source) Topics: In all feminist societies you have massive third-worldization, lowering of IQ | Barbarism is the last stage of feminism | The most successful women today are those with the weakest genes | Feminised groups will open their borders (and their legs) to everyone | Women – third worlder minority alliance | Suffrage coincided... Continue Reading →

Winners and Losers in the Marriage Marketplace

(source) Only about half of all Americans are married now, down from more than 72 percent in the 1960s — and the declines continue. Worse, the share of Americans who have never married has been rising steadily in recent decades, as more adults are living with a series of partners instead of marrying. Not surprisingly the... Continue Reading →

The Truth about Men, Women, and Sex

(source) The “Weinstein avalanche” highlights three stable observations about men, women, and the relationships they form. Ignoring them in the name of virtue signaling will not help. Three Blunt—but Essential—Truths First, men’s sex drives are, on average, stronger and less discriminating than women’s. Men’s arousal patterns are effective at commanding their attention. With this biological tendency comes... Continue Reading →

Yes, Gender Equality = Family Breakdown

(source)A new finding at Pew Research Center claims that gender equality—worldwide, although a distinction must be made between its goals in the West and its goals in undeveloped nations—has risen exponentially at the same time family ties have weakened considerably.  And here’s the frustrating part: While “roughly half or more” of those surveyed concede the family unit has... Continue Reading →

5 Reasons Men Should Avoid Casual Sex, Too

(source) A woman’s unique sexual psychology isn’t designed for hookups ("Ladies, Stop Trying to Have Sex Like Men"). The oxytocin that floods her body causes her to get attached whether she intends to or not. This is true even for sexually liberal women. Men are different. They have oxytocin, too, but a much smaller amount—and... Continue Reading →

Why one-night stands don’t work for women

(source) It astounds me that in such a short period of time what used to be so painfully obvious is completely lost on the younger generation. As a woman named Marie wrote in response to a recent Wall Street Journal article about modern dating, “My parents’ generation: dating, marriage, sex. My generation: dating, sex, marriage. Now:... Continue Reading →

Ladies, Stop Trying to Have Sex Like Men

(source) In her book “Unprotected,” former campus psychiatrist Dr. Miriam Grossman introduces readers to Olivia, a college student at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) who had been valedictorian of her high school class and was planning to go to medical school. After she arrived on campus, Olivia had a short-term relationship with a... Continue Reading →

How Abortion Culture Makes Women Hate Themselves

(source) The core of the issue is that you can’t separate a woman’s body from her psyche. For the past 40 years, mental health practitioners have been guided by Carl Jung’s notion of “wholeness,” the idea that health comes from bringing together every aspect of a person’s being—body, soul, and spirit—into a flourishing whole. A fragmented, split-apart psyche... Continue Reading →

We Need To Retoxify Masculinity

(source)  Let’s be clear: My pronouns are “he,” “his,” and “stop being creepy weirdos.” Okay, maybe the last one isn’t a pronoun, but then again, I’m a man and if I want an insulting string of words directed at the nattering nabobs of gender neutrality to be a pronoun, it is a pronoun. And if... Continue Reading →

Emasculated West Primed For A Muscular, Muslim Takeover

(source) Programed as they are in feminist myth-making, journalists, young and old, often ask incredulously, "Why would western girls travel to join ISIS fighters?" "ISIS men don't believe in equality between the sexes." At heart, neither do women. Not when hormones rage. Islamic State projects strength. Strength is an aphrodisiac. Women are biologically programmed to be... Continue Reading →

Modern Life Has Broken Many Women

(source) Modern life has broken too many women. They have been on birth control pills for 30 years, their hormones are shot, they have had multiple abortions, they live with the regret of killing their own children. They drove away any man who ever loved them or tried to love them. Their grown children (if... Continue Reading →

How a scientific paper on male variability was made to disappear

Alternative title: "Funny things happened on the way to the politically correct science vomitorium" (source) A couple years ago, Ted Hill (“Professor Emeritus of Mathematics at Georgia Tech.”) decided to write a paper about a topic called the Greater Male Variability Hypothesis, which asserts that there is generally more variability in various traits among males than females. This... Continue Reading →

50 Years of Sexual Revolution: the Result

(source) Fifty years after the sexual revolution promised female empowerment through casual sex “without consequences,” scholars are looking into the far-reaching social effects of that revolution. “Unlike our forerunners in 1968, those of us living today now have access to something they didn't -- 50 years of sociological, psychological, medical, and other evidence about the... Continue Reading →

The Best Mom Can’t Make Up For A Dad

(source) A film producer told me a story recently.  It was about an experiment with high-school kids from disadvantaged families.  All of these students received full scholarships from renowned universities.  But none of these students went on to higher education.  Why?  Because they came from single-parent mother-only homes and their mothers pulled their kids heartstrings... Continue Reading →

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