This is of course by design; this is what the powers that be want, which is why it has happened.
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Reader, constrainedlocus had an interesting thought in the Anger Bias essay comment thread:
“The point is that a feminine-primary social order readily makes this nature a useful tool in dismissing what would otherwise be valid, but uncomfortable Red Pill truth. This anger bias mechanism is a tool for message control.”
What I find interesting is that, from my own personal observations of men in both marriage and long-term relationships, is that this dismissal happens readily and frequently at the micro level in sexual relationships as well. It’s impossible for men not to notice the hypocrisy.
A man need not experience the trivialization of his anger from “the sisterhood” response in the media, in the corporate setting, or even while at a party with other couples.
I think it now common for a wife or long-term girlfriend to assume a certain privilege or “authority” to express and direct her own anger…
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A Texas woman got a reminder this week that dating is the worst.
The 35-year-old woman may be facing a legal dispute after a man she met online, Brandon Vezmar, sued her last week for texting during their first date to the movies, according to the American-Statesman.
Vezmar, 37, filed a claim against his failed love interest, who did not want to be identified, asking her to reimburse him for the $17.31 ticket to a 3D showing of “Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2” in Austin, Texas.
Vezmar claims his date started texting about 15 minutes into the film, which is apparently a movie etiquette transgression in his book.
“It was kind of a first date from hell,” Vezmar told the American-Statesman. “This is like one of my biggest pet peeves.”
I hope he wins. She’s the rudest thing and thoroughly self absorbed. He…
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The search strings by which surfers of the web arrive at the Orthosphere sometimes pique my interest. Most are just what one would expect, involving such words as “Trinity,” “Atheism,” “Reaction,” “GNON,” or “Vatican.” But now and then we get a really odd one. This morning’s list featured a string that almost had me spitting out my coffee:
How to change tradition minded boyfriend.
I hope that boyfriend keeps reading on the traditionalist web …
Ah, the churchian double-standard, once again…
Mother’s Day is this Sunday. If your church praises mothers on Mother’s Day, but blasts fathers on Father’s Day, time to find a new church: one that honours the Lord; one following the Holy Ghost, not the zeitgeist…
Reader YS shared a video advertising the FamilyLife Weekend To Remember “marriage getaway”. The video starts with reassurance to husbands, who instinctively know what these kinds of events are like:
The look on your face says it all. Your spouse just invited you to the FamilyLife Weekend To Remember marriage getaway. You’re thinking:
What did I do wrong?
Relax, this is a good thing. So put away the fancy china and listen up. You aren’t eating crow tonight!
I’ve never been to one of these events, but Sheila Gregoire is one of the “experts” the video mentions, and she describes what they are like on her own blog:
My husband and I speak at FamilyLife marriage conferences around the country…
One of the interesting things about giving the wife talk is that, as I start to talk about what a woman can do to make marriage great, I see…
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