Tag: gender roles

Why Egalitarian Marriages Are More Sexual

August 15, 2014
Why Egalitarian Marriages Are More Sexual

You may recall the 2012 study¬†Egalitarianism, Housework and Sexual Frequency. It found that the married couples with the best sex lives were those who followed traditional gender roles around the house: Female Chores: Cooking Washing dishes Cleaning the house Shopping Washing and ironing Male Chores: Outdoor work Paying bills Auto maintenance Driving (Driving? Since when […]

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How the Ascendancy of the Alpha Female Will Impact Marriage

February 1, 2013
How the Ascendancy of the Alpha Female Will Impact Marriage

It’s pretty clear that the ascendancy of ¬†the alpha female comes at the direct expense of males. When women flooded the workforce, the number of jobs did not magically increase to accomodate us. We displaced men. Regardless of how you feel about women’s rights, they changed society’s landscape dramatically and those repercussions are strongly felt […]

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20 Years Later, Men and Women Are Still From Different Planets

November 30, 2012
20 Years Later, Men and Women Are Still From Different Planets

One of the most troubling effects of applied feminist theology has been the demonization of sex differences. Naturally, this denial of biological reality didn’t make sex differences disappear, it just made them off limits for discussion. That’s ironic, because some of the most pronounced differences between men and women may be seen in the way […]

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