Anna Hitchings can’t find a man.

15 May

This Aussie chick’s echoing North American women’s similar groundless complaints, along with the sacking of that footballer for his biblical witness against LGBT, shows Australia is now just as pozzed as the rest of the West, contra all the smug Aussies back around 2011 who proudly proclaimed their land a trad haven.

Not any more, beyotches! 😉

Don’t you Aussies have a phrase, Tall Poppy Syndrome?

Looks like y’all have been cut down to size. 😉


End of transmission.

H/T Boris, Steve, & Anna.

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Posted by on May 15, 2019 in Uncategorized


12 responses to “Anna Hitchings can’t find a man.

  1. feeriker

    May 15, 2019 at 7:34 pm

    I can’t feel sorry for anybody who is still deluded in thinking that there is any part of the Anglosphere that is now NOT pozzed.

    As I mentioned over at Dalrock’s, Anna Hitchings is still single because she has CHOSEN to be. God has essentially told her “I put several good Christian men in your path, more than one of whom was interested in you and whom you could have easily chosen as a husband. BUT Anna was more important to Anna than any man, so they all moved on and forgot all about Anna, most finding worthy and marriageable women in her stead. I gave you free will, and you used it to choose to be single. Now LIVE WITH THE CHOICE YOU MADE.”

    Anna, like most “Christian” women in her situation, is pissed off at God for making her eat the bitter fruits of her choices. That’s worse than slow, agonizing death for a woman. Of course she CAN’T blame God without 1) blaspheming, or 2) sounding like an idiot (and you had best believe that the latter is of more concern to her than the former), so she takes the easy, comfortable, and oh-so-stereotypically female way out by blaming men for HER stupid life choices.

    TL;DR version: Just more tradcon feminist whiny bullshit. Ho hum.

  2. Sanne

    May 16, 2019 at 7:56 am

    I have news for you, gentlemen: outside of fundie religious circles, most men don’t exactly rush to get married. In fact, unless they are upper middle class, the chance is they will marry after the birth of their second child. Upper middle class will marry earlier, after cohabiting for several months. This includes most Catholics, who are often very lukewarm about religion. If said Anna is in any way serious about chastity, she may be in a bit of a trouble. I don’t see the reason for maliciousness exhibited against her. Certainly, she can still get married if she relaxes her standards a bit, especially in the chastity department, but then she will be probably attacked for whoring around. It’s a lose lose situation for her, since fundie Catholics marry young and won’t consider someone of her age. And as a Catholic, she isn’t allowed to marry a divorced guy, either.

    • Will S.

      May 16, 2019 at 12:17 pm

      While it may be true that many men today put off family formation, that’s at least partly a response to it’s being put off by women in general, overemphasizing the importance of education and career.

      And here in North America, conservative traditionalist Protestant Christian men (and I presume similar trad Cath men) do not cohabit nor wait to marry till after having a child. Maybe things are different in continental Europe; I expect Australia to be more like Canada and America due to its Anglo-Protestant heritage.

      Anna’s biggest problem, though, is that she wants men who tick off all her criteria, including not being “socially awkward” and being “worldly-wise”, as well as being chaste and devout.

      She’s seeking perfection; problem is, Jesus is already taken. 😉

      If she would lower her standards, and consider men who may not be completely socially at ease in the world, she’d find many men around her who would be interested in women like her if they’d give them half a chance.

      There are lots of marriageable men around, for women who aren’t blinded to their existence by their own biases. Anna reminds me of a woman looking at a closet full of clothes and exclaiming, “I have nothing to wear!” 😉

      The reason for the vitriol against her, and her ilk, is because they are blinded to the many actual good prospects around them, by their own overly-demanding impossibly high standards. There is no real dearth of men; not when the sex ratio has always hovered around 1:1…

      I have a woman in my life; I don’t bear any personal ill will towards Miss Hitchings, because I have no stake in her situation; doesn’t even indirectly affect me. I think she’s her own worst enemy, alas, and doesn’t even realize it; more’s the pity…

  3. Sanne

    May 16, 2019 at 12:39 pm

    Oh I agree about her criteria being ridiculous, especially as she is somewhat older and should ideally be wiser, too. But I don’t think that she is anywhere near being a trad Catholic, and outside these circles, they tend to be little different from mainstream in their behaviour, at least here in Europe. And mainstream means sex before marriage and cohabiting for the overwhelming majority of men who are outside strictly religious communities which could constitute a problem in her case, but, of course, it’s only our speculation about her situation.

    I don’t know about Australia being a bastion of conservatism though since the stories I heard about them from those who used to live there are quite different. I think we tend to idealise these far-away countries because it’s nice to think that at least somewhere in the West, things must be better. But, it is a misconception many men have, to think that women get lots of marriage proposals. When you are young as a woman you do get a lot of proposals but of a slightly different nature:) That’s why someone in her situation should be proactive, and do whatever it takes to land a husband instead of waiting for a prince:) And herein lies the real problem with her unrealistic standards: a worldly-wise guy would want to sample it before tying the knot. If she’s so serious about being chaste, “socially awkward” is probably the way to go.

    • Will S.

      May 16, 2019 at 2:18 pm

      Oh, I agree completely about Australia no longer being a bastion of conservatism; my whole comment at Dalrock’s and on this repost was that they have now become as pozzed as North America and elsewhere. That said, generally speaking in at least trad Prot circles there and here in North America, I doubt there’s little difference. But probably more difference between both and continental Europe…

    • Will S.

      May 16, 2019 at 2:21 pm

      The magazine she was writing in appeared to me to be a trad Cath magazine, but I could be mistaken. I did figure since she apparently runs in the sort of social circle that Rod Dreher associates with that she must be a tradcath…

  4. Sanne

    May 16, 2019 at 2:44 pm

    Is Dreher really trad or larping as one? He doesn’t strike me as hardcore on many issues. Not like these guys, for instance:

    • Will S.

      May 16, 2019 at 2:58 pm

      A good question. He would never write something like that, and he always virtue signals how much he dislikes Trump, and he associates with female ministers and people like David Brooks, and he clearly craves mainstream respectability. Yet he does hold to orthodoxy on sexual political matters…

      He wants to have it both ways. Eventually he may have to decide for one or the other…

  5. feeriker

    May 17, 2019 at 3:45 am

    “He wants to have it both ways. Eventually he may have to decide for one or the other…”

    That pretty much sums up nearly ALL self-described “Christians” and their attitude towards the World. The inevitable point they’ll reach of having to “decide for one or the other” is going to be fascinating to watch unfold.


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