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Special Snowflakes

18 Mar

Over at Dalrock’s, Deti listed this list of Feral Females:

1. The Carousel Rider. (The “carousel”, aka the “alpha c*ck carousel or the “c*ck carousel” describes a phenomenon in which women actively seek out and have sex with the alpha males in a community. This is a creation of the current sexual marketplace and resulted from completely unrestrained female sexual conduct. It inevitably leads to a situation in which anywhere from 30% to 80% of the women are sleeping with at most the top 20% of the men. These women are sharing the top men for sex. Each “gets a chance to ride all the horses on the carousel”, hence the name and imagery.)

The carousel rider has a high sex partner count from years of carousel riding but now wants to “settle down” with a “nice guy who will treat me right” because she’s “not like that anymore”. She’s around age 30, never married, and essentially wants off the carousel or got kicked off because she’s too old or no longer attractive enough.

2. The attention whore: She’s the stereotypical party girl. She’s loud, aggressive and drinks a lot. She dances on tables at the bar. Her Facebook page has hundreds of pictures and she is in nearly every one of them, usually holding a drink or making the “duckface” pose.

3. The status whore: She is obsessed with her status and that of others. She name drops famous or notorious people she has met, she knows, her friends know, or whom she has worked with. Owns expensive clothes, shoes or accessories and will tell anyone who will listen where she bought them and how much she (or her dad or a previous BF) paid for them. The quintessential status whore accessories: Manolo Blahnik shoes. The designer handbag, esp. Louis Vuitton or Gucci.

4. The entitlement princess: Very common female subtype. Accustomed to special treatment wherever she is. Makes increasingly heavy demands on her boyfriend’s time and money. Demands expensive and elaborate nights out including drinks, dinners, entertainment; then escalating to all-expense-paid vacations. Withholds sex when deprived of what she believes is her just due.

5. Batshit crazy: She has a diagnosable mental disorder, usually depression, bipolar disorder, borderline personality or sociopathy. She might also have one or more addictions. She hooks the man through rapid sexual escalation and universal sexual availability. Wildly unpredictable, sexually aggressive and susceptible to extreme mood swings — from loving and gift-giving to physical violence. This type must be avoided at all cost.

6. Special snowflake: There’s no one like her. She’s different and not like those other girls. Other girls are sluts and bitches; but she is kind and pure as the driven snow. Sure, she slept around, but she’s better because she didn’t do that as much, or with scummy guys, or have one night stands. Besides, she was just being true to herself.

7. Needy clingy: Starts out with rapid sexual escalation and all seems well. A few weeks or months in, her personality shifts from cheerful and kind to dark and insecure. She wants her BF’s constant attention. Anything less brings anger, constant phone calls, and accusations of cheating. She has few friends.

8. Career first girls: She’s a member of the feminist sisterhood. She’s working hard to break that glass ceiling — not just for herself, but for the sisterhood and all of humanity. A husband, children, and a family life will always come second to the job.

9. Single/divorced moms (sorry Dawn, have to include this): She hates her ex husband and is constantly fighting with him over visitation, alimony and child support. Her children are poorly behaved and insolent. She has a lot of financial problems. She is usually desperate for a man to rescue her. She might even entrap her BF by getting pregnant by him (or another man).

The girls I come across are about my age so they are pretty young therefore some of these types do not apply to men my age(Career Firsters and Single/Divorced Moms). I have met the Attention Whore, Needy-Clingy, the Entitlement Princess, Batshit Crazy(heh), and loads upon loads of Special Snowflakes. Of these 9, I would say that the hardest to figure out would be the Special Snowflake or Fly-by-Nighter(as described by MOSES Nicholas). Special Snowflakes/Fly-By-Nighters tend to be especially hard to discern them because while they, like the rest, are very dysfunctional, they also tend to be very feminine and girly. That makes them hard to figure out and in many cases, not until it’s too late:

The Fly-By-Nighter:

This type has certain notions of romance and beauty that go beyond those of the Material Girl, but rather than seek out the larger significance she stays stuck on the superficial romantic trappings. If she enters into a marriage, her motivation is probably not simply to “look good” to others, but once the internal luster has worn off she will start looking elsewhere for romantic satisfaction. She will pursue this romantic satisfaction even at the expense of her children, if she has any. She will not be above abandoning her husband and even kids for good for another “hot new model.

The question is, how do you figure her out before it’s too late? Reading MOSES Nicholas’s description of the kind of man that the Special Snowflake/Fly-By-Nighter usually ends up with is rather unsettling:

The Fly-By-Nighter may actually end up with a decent, respect-worthy man. This is because she seeks qualities that good people tend to admire and try to cultivate, even though she does not understand the deeper goodness of character and intellect that animates those qualities. The decent man may easily fall victim if he has grown up in a wholesome, tight-knit community of family and friends where he was not the one who had to watch out for the kind of company he and his siblings were keeping; as such, he may neglect to fully observe and apprehend the superficiality of his charmed and sentimental woman until it is too late.

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Posted by on March 18, 2012 in feral females, The Decline

 

34 responses to “Special Snowflakes

  1. coloradoconfederate

    March 18, 2012 at 6:30 pm

    Tough one, Svar. I have always assumed you are a young, old-fashioned “real” man yet looking for love and romance.

    You best bets? Perhaps the “Special Snowflake” or the “Fly-by-Nighter”. Get her while she’s very young, before these undesirable characteristics get a chance to solidify. Make certain she is devoted to you and the family you will have. Remember, YOUR innate manliness is HER prize. Do not put up with her bull.

    Along those lines, an excellent comment from Chateau Heartiste:

    http://heartiste.wordpress.com/2012/01/23/long-term-cohabitation-is-just-as-good-as-marriage/#comment-306170

    For an older guy, perhaps a “Carousel Rider” who has truly repented and genuinely seeks to give what remains of herself and her devotion to a worthy man. For this, look for a long period of chaste behavior after her last ride on the carousel.

    “The carousel rider has a high sex partner count from years of carousel riding but now wants to ‘settle down’ with a ‘nice guy who will treat me right’ because she’s ‘not like that anymore’.”

    Maybe she really isn’t “like that anymore”. I would advise the utmost of caution, however.

     
  2. Svar

    March 18, 2012 at 6:52 pm

    “Tough one, Svar. I have always assumed you are a young, old-fashioned “real” man yet looking for love and romance.”

    Either that or I’m just stupidly horny, haha.

    It is a tough one, though. The girls that are obviously messed like the other 8 on Deti’s list are easy to avoid and really, the majority of women are not like them. However, I would say the vast majority of women are Special Snowflakes/Fly-By-Nighters. The key, though, is to find the ones that are not on the list.

    The problem with the Special Snowflake/Fly-By-Nighter is exactly what MOSES Nicholas says: “This is because she seeks qualities that good people tend to admire and try to cultivate, even though she does not understand the deeper goodness of character and intellect that animates those qualities”

    Therein lies the rub. It’s not that she has been damaged per se as the the fact that she hasn’t developed anything deeper. I would say that the Special Snowflake/Fly-By-Nighter is the best bet out of the 9, but she’s the one that’s most likely to blindside you. With the rest, you know what to expect(especially with Batshit Crazy haha). But with her? She seems like a normal, decent girl on the surface and she’s damn good at keeping up that facade, so you don’t really know if she’s a decent girl or a Special Snowflake.

     
  3. Branden Sullivan

    March 18, 2012 at 7:20 pm

    The best solution is to avoid that chaos altogether. I believe in Catholic moral principles and have remained single. Do I have high standards? Perhaps, but it is better than being stuck with any of them women fitting descriptions 1-9. Men get themselves in trouble too often by having untamed urges; next thing you know Ms. #5 is threatening to cut you after a one night stand because another woman called your telephone then afterwards proclaims her love for you. (I watch too many movies, haha!)

    I have known only one woman who I actually liked. Intelligent, very attractive, and one of the few remaining real girls. Too bad I found out what she did last month, completely ruined any chances there. But I tell you, there are as many batshit crazy women as there are uncontrollably horny guys.

     
  4. Branden Sullivan

    March 18, 2012 at 7:28 pm

    Also, I apologize for the extra comment here Svar. I tried to submit the comment as I usually do just adding my email but it said I had an account at wordpress (very old) and made me go back. Using FB just seemed easier.

    Ruskin,
    http://occidentaltraditionalist.blogspot.com/

     
  5. joycalyn

    March 18, 2012 at 7:54 pm

    I think you’re right that most (especially Christian) girls are of the SS variety. I’d spend time with the girl’s family, with the people who have formed her opinion of herself. Find out what her mother thinks about sin. Is her daughter stained as deeply as her son; is mom stained as deeply as her husband? Any man who wishes to marry needs to spend a lot of time listening and asking questions of the girl and her people and watching what she does. Does she apologize and take full ownership of her behavior when she’s wrong? Is she gentle with children? Does she like them? A SS may pretend to like kids, but they almost never really do. Kids take attention away from SS unless she can use them to show what a good Christian she is (as in, working in the nursery.) Is she patient with older people? Does she “see” other people? Is she interested in what others think, their problems, their pain? How does she talk about her girlfriends? What about boys who have liked her? Does she ridicule them? Does she brag about how many boys have wanted her? Is she vain? Does she serve other people without anybody knowing about it? Does she cry and/or get angry at injustice? Does she brag about her own holiness or how much time she spends praying? Watch some movies with her that have strong males leading woman – these will have to be older movies – and see what she says about the movie. Start a conversation about how the man acted and the response of the woman. Discussing books and movies is an excellent way to find out what a person believes. Find out what she does for spiritual formation – a truly devout girl will not be a SS. Shallowness shows up with time; the trick is to spend enough time that deep/shallow will show. Discerning whether a shallow girl has the capacity to be taught to go deeper takes time as well. If there are any older women in your life who you trust, have them involved in the process.

     
  6. Carnivore

    March 18, 2012 at 8:00 pm

    Type 5 is one reason I’m single, and I’ve never dated a woman long enough to even find out if she’s a #5, but for the experience of two other men:

    1. I call this guy Mr. Rochester, that is, the “Jane Eyre” Mr. Rochester. His wife didn’t try to kill him, but he did find out she was nuts on their wedding night. Her family was very careful to keep it hidden before the wedding. Being a dutiful RC man, he did not abandon her. They had several children together and he often played single parent over the years she was in and out of institutions.

    2. This man was a relative. Apparently a happy marriage for a while, but when his wife went through menopause she went crazy. I won’t relate the sordid details, but he was absolutely devastated and died a few short years after it started. She then turned on her children until the oldest finally had her committed.

    Ummm, no thanks.

     
  7. katmandutu

    March 18, 2012 at 10:36 pm

    It’s not only women who suffer from mental disorders Carnivore. My first husband had a mental disorder and refused to seek help for it. Once we found out that he was infertile the situation exacerbated.(I’ve said all this elsewhere) I received an annulment from the Catholic Church due to causes of a psychological nature.. But you know, I really loved him and was prepared to tough it out for better or worse.. But he drove me away. In the end I had no choice..He was not a bad man just tormented and unable to cope with life.

    There are some people that quite happily remain single, such as yourself. Many others do wish to marry, however. Love , sex, companionship and kids are the main reasons..

    There will always be people wanting to marry. This is God’s plan for most. Certainly if one wishes to have children , then for a Christian, marriage is the only option.

    For myself, not being particularly maternal prior to marrying my second husband, I married for love and sex. My maternal instincts kicked in when we married. Just as well because I fell pregnant on our honeymoon. :)

    Helping men to better understand women, so that they are better equipped to deal with them.To be discerning in their choices and to be aware of the pitfalls in marriage is really the best thing we can do for young men who will in fact marry one day, no matter what anybody says.

    Helping them to make good choices and to sort the wheat from the chaff is very important.

    Learning good came can help. Being confident and not allowing oneself to be treated like a doormat..A man must be the leader in a marriage. Stand his ground.

    Even good women will try it on from time to time. ;)

    Marriage is in fact hard work.. It involves working together as a team. Making adjustments. Putting your spouse and family before all else.

    Nothing good comes easy.. That’s life.

    There are good times and bad times in marriage.. Hopefully as a couple goes through life supporting one another(as has happened in my case) the bond will further deepen (physically and spiritually) and cement the marriage.

    Kathy

     
  8. drunicus

    March 18, 2012 at 11:46 pm

    I was quite happy with my life untilw I married. I had a remunerative job, lots of friends, lots of time for sports, art, music, sailing, skiing….whatever I liked, I could do.
    Of course any woman I dated for more than a year or so wanted marriage. I managed to hold them off until I impregnated someone.
    I adore my children, and I wouldn’t trade them for anything.
    My wife, however, gained large amounts of weight, has long periods with no interest in sex, and is a phenomenally boring, one-sided person.
    By the above definitions, I’d say she’s a needy special snowflake.
    I suppose I led a fairly selfish, not at all “grownup” life. I was educated at Jesuit and Franciscan schools, but really, I feel that this life is all we have. There most likely is no God, as generally this world has little justice.
    But my selfish, single, “sinful” life was full of music and beauty and friends. I miss it terribly.
    Think long and hard before becoming a husband and father. Few jobs in this life are as difficult, and there are obvious reasons why so many women desire marriage so deeply. It’s because it can be wonderful for them, and very very difficult for their husbands.

     
  9. Svar

    March 19, 2012 at 9:22 am

    @ Ruskin

    It’s alright man, WordPress has been giving everyone problems lately.

    “Men get themselves in trouble too often by having untamed urges; next thing you know Ms. #5 is threatening to cut you after a one night stand because another woman called your telephone then afterwards proclaims her love for you. (I watch too many movies, haha!)”

    Damn straight.

    “I have known only one woman who I actually liked. Intelligent, very attractive, and one of the few remaining real girls. Too bad I found out what she did last month, completely ruined any chances there. But I tell you, there are as many batshit crazy women as there are uncontrollably horny guys.”

    That girl you just described. Rusty and I have talked about her quite a bit; we know the type. Girlie, feminine, attractive, but still dysfunctional. I know quite a few girls who fit that type. I’m thinking they’re basically Special Snowflakes.

     
  10. Svar

    March 19, 2012 at 9:25 am

    @ Joycalyn

    Thanks for the advice; it was helpful. However, I have two questions:

    First off, since most women nowadays are SS/FBNs and most women have maternal urges, wouldn’t it be possible that an SS/FBN actually likes kids?

    Secondly, could you recommend some movies?

     
  11. Svar

    March 19, 2012 at 9:33 am

    @ Carnivore and Kathy

    Yeah, Batshit Crazy is possibly the most dangerous one on the list. Also, I hadn’t really thought of it, but she too can be hard to figure out as you’ve shown in the case of Mr. Rochester.

    I will say this: you are lucky to be blessed with an extreme amount of self-control.

    But Kathy is right as well. There are a few good reasons people want to get married: sex, love, companionship, family. For most people, their vocation is marriage. I know for a fact that it’s going to be tough; even with a good devout girl from a decent family it’ll still be tough.

     
  12. Svar

    March 19, 2012 at 10:40 am

    I’m sorry to hear that Drunicus.

    “I suppose I led a fairly selfish, not at all “grownup” life. I was educated at Jesuit and Franciscan schools, but really, I feel that this life is all we have. There most likely is no God, as generally this world has little justice.”

    Honestly, I do not see how you’re pre-marital life was selfish.

    There is justice, sooner or later, in this world or the next. Christ never said it would be easy. He never promised us ponies and skittles. Try to keep the faith.

    “Think long and hard before becoming a husband and father. Few jobs in this life are as difficult, and there are obvious reasons why so many women desire marriage so deeply. It’s because it can be wonderful for them, and very very difficult for their husbands.”

    I have, trust me. I am well aware of the risks, but I am willing to take them. I’ll just have to choose wisely.

     
  13. joycalyn

    March 19, 2012 at 11:12 am

    Yes, Svar, I thought more about that after I posted the comment. Some of the SS snowflakes do like kids, but what I’ve noticed is they like kids because of how the kids respond to and affirm them, not because they actually see them as people. Little girls blossom when big girls pay attention to them – that can be quite a kick for a SS. But there are definitely SS who get married and have kids and the kids become everything to her.

    I’ll try to think of movies that you’ll enjoy as well, but some of these will be you sitting through them for a purpose, although my husband likes most of them as well, just not enough to watch them more than once.

    If a girl likes old movies at all, that is a plus in her favor. Most girls find them boring. Most enduring old movies tell the truth about men and women.

    Philadelphia Story – 3 contrasting men, 1 SS woman. A story about grace. Cary Grant, Katherine Hepburn, Jimmy Stewart.

    King Solomon’s Mines – Deborah Kerr, Stewart Granger

    It Happened One Night – Clark Gable, Claudette Colbert. SS extraordinaire meets a man who doesn’t give a damn.

    High Noon – Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly

    Destry Rides Again – Jimmy Stewart, Marlene Dietrich

    The Big Country – Gregory Peck. This is an anti-Western, so there are problems with it, but it has a strong male lead learning and reacting to the truth about a SS.

    The Quiet Man – John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara. I saw this movie denigrated on an MRA site because he does what she wants in the end. I don’t think him doing what she wants means what some men think it means. You can decide about that. John Wayne never played a pansy.

    Emma – Gwyneth Paltrow and Jeremy Northam. This one will be hard. You may want to avoid it. My husband hasn’t been able to stick this one. This is a movie I’ve watched with my girls and seen their reaction to it. I’m recommending this one because Emma is a SS and Mr. Knightly schools her. Of all Austen’s male characters (and Austen isn’t chick porn – people who say so are just ignorant) my girls like his character the best and the reason is that he loves Emma enough to not let her misbehave. The book reveals this much, much better than the movie, but I’m not sure you want to read the book or ask a girl to read it. Jane Austen understood human nature in the same way as Shakespeare, although all her stories are comedies.

    Anything Shakespearean, but the final test would be her reaction to The Taming of the Shrew. My girls and I love it. Most modern women hate it. Much Ado About Nothing is good too. Both are about strong women (damaged SS in The Taming of the Shrew, not SS in Much Ado) submitting themselves to a strong man.

    Some of these are movies in which the man does what a man has to do no matter what the woman says. Not all the women in them are SS. I think how a girl responds to a man who acts against his woman’s advice so he can do the right thing is important information.

     
  14. Svar

    March 19, 2012 at 11:39 am

    “(and Austen isn’t chick porn – people who say so are just ignorant)”

    Haha, whatever! I stick by what I said over at TC: Jane Austen is the Stephanie Meyers for proper Church ladies ;)

    Thanks for the list. I’ll admit that I’m not really a movie person and whenever I do watch movies, I tend to be that jackass who keeps cracking jokes, but I can appreciate a good movie when I see one.

     
  15. joycalyn

    March 19, 2012 at 12:03 pm

    “Haha, whatever! I stick by what I said over at TC: Jane Austen is the Stephanie Meyers for proper Church ladies.”

    Yeah, yeah.

    Proper church ladies have no problem at all with Stephanie Meyers…..she’s pro-abstinence, after all.

     
  16. Matthew

    March 19, 2012 at 12:37 pm

    Jane Austen is chick porn only for thoroughly modernized, witless women who get off on imagined flashes of drama like Quagmire gets horny for anything remotely suggestive he sees, ever.

    Mansfield Park alone should dispel the idea that Austen wrote books to make women feel good. Almost every woman in the novel (with the arguable inclusion of the protagonist, Fanny Price) is ultimately shown to have poor character, sometimes shockingly so. All the men are flawed, but their sins are sins of omission, or of weakness of character. Most of the bad women are actively bad.

    Perhaps this is why the novel is generally less well known, and the film adaptations are execrable. The most recent I know of cast a loud, bubbly, strong-woman type as Fannie Price, who in the novel is a terrified and timid wallflower who can be fairly accused of moral cowardice.

    For those who know the book, here’s an interesting reframe for your next re-read: consider it to be the Tragedy of Henry and Mary Crawford. I would love to see a film version that treats the Crawfords as the protagonists, and shows their downfall.

     
  17. Svar

    March 19, 2012 at 12:38 pm

    “Proper church ladies have no problem at all with Stephanie Meyers…..she’s pro-abstinence, after all.”

    Ahaha! I’ll bet that she also believes that the sky is blue. Ulysses has done quite a few case studies on that broad. She really, really, REALLY loves the bad boys who don’t try to have sex with you(LOL!).

     
  18. joycalyn

    March 19, 2012 at 2:54 pm

    The success of Twilight among Christian women has to be the most telling sign that things are over – insipid girl gets obsessed with a monster who wants to consume her……and it’s romance instead of horror. Sheesh!

    Matthew: I agree that Mansfield Park is one of Austen’s most realistic stories. I think that’s why it’s not as well known. Women don’t like soul mirrors. I’m going to follow your suggestion to read the book again as Tragedy of Henry and Mary Crawford.

     
  19. Svar

    March 19, 2012 at 3:07 pm

    Between Twilight and Taylor Swift, we’re screwed 7 ways till Sunday.

     
  20. Cranberry

    March 19, 2012 at 3:18 pm

    @Matthew,

    Thanks for saying it! Only a superficial reading of Austen could lead to surmising she only wrote chick-porn. Everything in her novels is about how women need to get over their awesomeness and just embrace marriage and family and a strong man, for God’s sake!

    OK, not everything, but marriage-and-domesticity are the end-game for her heroines. It is a woman’s proper place, in Austen’s world and the real one, if we are honest with ourselves. She was a visionary who saw how a woman’s hypergamy could lead to the ruin of otherwise good matches and stations in life. Her male protagonists don’t come in to save the day, swashbuckling style. Rather, they educate and tame the young female who longs for guidance and direction and that eye-opening moment that shows her how awful and disruptive of social order she has been (I’m thinking specifically of the Box Hill episode from Emma, wherein Knightly berates Emma for her treatment of her spinster friend and shows her how wrong it was for her to try to play matchmaker across the strata of social classes).

    Even Austen’s antagonists are allowed a measure of happiness at the end of her novels, because their water has found its own level and settled in well to its particular presence and purpose. Everyone finds a happy ending not because all sins are forgiven and equality or parity is reached; rather, it is because the pegs have found their holes and immutable, necessary roles in the fabric of social order.

     
  21. Matthew

    March 19, 2012 at 3:46 pm

    Cranberry: “Thanks for saying it! Only a superficial reading of Austen could lead to surmising she only wrote chick-porn. Everything in her novels is about how women need to get over their awesomeness and just embrace marriage and family and a strong man, for God’s sake!”

    Probably the superficial view is derived from the movies more than from the books.

     
  22. Svar

    March 19, 2012 at 5:00 pm

    Cranberry, when I said that Jane Austen was the “Stephanie Meyers for proper Church ladies” I was joking. I’ve also referred to her work as “Christian lady approved emo-porn” over at TC. Both of those times, I was trying to rile up her fan-girls and it looks like I got to you, hah!

    I haven’t read her work and I don’t plan on reading her work anytime soon, but G. K. Chesterton has had some good things to say about her and I’ll trust his judgement.

     
  23. Saint Velvet

    March 19, 2012 at 5:17 pm

    I stick by what I said over at TC: Jane Austen is the Stephanie Meyers for proper Church ladies ;)

    No, silly, that’s Emily Bronte.

     
  24. Svar

    March 19, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    “No, silly, that’s Emily Bronte.”

    Who is Emily Bronte?

     
  25. Will S.

    March 19, 2012 at 5:44 pm

    Svar, you’ve never heard of Emily or Charlotte or Anne Brontë?

    Tsk, tsk.

     
  26. Svar

    March 19, 2012 at 5:56 pm

    “Svar, you’ve never heard of Emily or Charlotte or Anne Brontë?

    Tsk, tsk.”

    No, not really. Is that what all the Stephanie Meyers/Jane Austen/Taylor Swift crowd is reading nowadays?

     
  27. Carnivore

    March 19, 2012 at 7:36 pm

    “Svar, you’ve never heard of Emily or Charlotte or Anne Brontë?

    Tsk, tsk.”

    No, not really.

    Well, now we’ve come full circle – Mr. Rochester, Jane Eyre.

    Anyway, regarding my earlier comment – let me be clear. Yes, both women AND men can be crazy; both women AND men cheat on their spouses; both women AND men can be two-faced liars. These always were risks and are today. BUT, the risk was mitigated by the social, legal and religious support fabric. That no longer exits, or, I should say, it still exists, but is very skewed in the favor of women.

     
  28. Branden Sullivan

    March 19, 2012 at 7:43 pm

    @ Svar

    I will likely end up with a dysfunctional girl because, simply, I am a quite dysfunctional guy. With my multiple anxiety disorders, it would be a heavy, unnecessary burden to place upon any entirely sane person. As for the girl mentioned in my previous post, the problem I have with her is that she took a morning-after pill – she obviously is not a big pro-lifer. Whether that constitutes ‘special snowflake’ or not is up to you.

    Ruskin,
    http://occidentaltraditionalist.blogspot.com/

     
  29. Will S.

    March 19, 2012 at 11:07 pm

     
  30. Will S.

    March 20, 2012 at 7:49 am

    @ Carnivore: “Anyway, regarding my earlier comment – let me be clear. Yes, both women AND men can be crazy; both women AND men cheat on their spouses; both women AND men can be two-faced liars. These always were risks and are today. BUT, the risk was mitigated by the social, legal and religious support fabric. That no longer exits, or, I should say, it still exists, but is very skewed in the favor of women.”

    Exactly. Which is why your choice to remain a bachelor is a very rational one, even if a difficult one.

    Matthew 19:8-12

    New International Version (NIV)

    8 Jesus replied, “Moses permitted you to divorce your wives because your hearts were hard. But it was not this way from the beginning. 9 I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife, except for sexual immorality, and marries another woman commits adultery.”

    10 The disciples said to him, “If this is the situation between a husband and wife, it is better not to marry.”

    11 Jesus replied, “Not everyone can accept this word, but only those to whom it has been given. 12 For there are eunuchs who were born that way, and there are eunuchs who have been made eunuchs by others—and there are those who choose to live like eunuchs for the sake of the kingdom of heaven. The one who can accept this should accept it.”

    We are free to be MGTOW, if we feel we can, and wish to.

     
  31. Haast's Eagle

    March 22, 2012 at 5:46 pm

    “Matthew 19:8-12″

    lol, if the disciples thought marriage not worth it then – I wonder what they’d think of Marriage 2.0

     
  32. Will S.

    March 22, 2012 at 5:56 pm

    @ HE: Well, they didn’t marry then; they’d be even less likely to, now. :)

    (Peter was married, but not the rest of them, AFAWK.)

     

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