Tag: masculinity

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

November 30, 2012 1,540 Comments
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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Women Need Men

September 11, 2012 1,114 Comments
Women Need Men

Women today don’t understand femininity very well. It’s a dirty secret from the patriarchal past, and it’s been mostly successfully scrubbed from our consciousness by  gender-bending feminists. This loss is mourned by men, who desperately seek feminine women. At the same time, the denial of biological sex differences has affected them as well, as male […]

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Changing Female Attraction Cues

January 12, 2012 1,316 Comments
Changing Female Attraction Cues

To those who would like to argue that sex differences are exaggerated or of minor importance in human behavior, I have two words: Estrogen Testosterone These two hormones control much of human behavior and separate the sexes dramatically. In fact, people can change genders, at least partially, by taking large amounts of the hormone prevalent […]

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Do Pretty Girls Have it Harder?

September 11, 2009 468 Comments
Do Pretty Girls Have it Harder?

If you want to be happy for the rest of your life Never make a pretty woman your wife So from my personal point of view Get an ugly girl to marry you Jimmy Soul, 1970 Do beautiful women have a harder time finding real love? I bet Jennifer Aniston thinks so. The woman in […]

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Player or Boyfriend? It’s Written On His Forehead

July 31, 2009 32 Comments
Player or Boyfriend? It’s Written On His Forehead

Wouldn’t it be great if you could take one look at someone’s face and know if they were relationship material? It turns out that people are remarkably accurate at predicting just that. A study at Durham University in England showed that Boyfriends look significantly different than Players. Check out this example: At first I thought […]

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