Sorry Christian woman aged 32, nobody wants to marry you.

A Christian woman despairs at the scarcity of suitable husband material for herself and her cohorts – Where are the good Christian men? For men who are red-pilled, the clue to her problem is in the article title; she wants good men, obedient men, but not necessarily men who are good at being men.

Yet one important side-effect of all this that gets little attention is how tough this new environment has become for women, especially Christian women, to find good husbands. The situation is so dire there is now an emerging trend of women abandoning their faith and religious beliefs for the sake of romantic relationships.

Two things here. It is true that women in general really want to get married. But whether they desire to stay married is another question entirely, and the divorce rates coupled with the very high probability that the woman will torpedo the marriage has led men to come to the correct conclusion that it is a dud deal. Men aren’t abandoning marriage, they’ve just become a lot more careful in the selection process. We’re picky, sweethearts.

The apparent emerging trend of women abandoning their faith in order to shack up with anyone with a pulse merely underlines their general lack of loyalty. Women today are loyal in so far as it satisfies their short term desires. So a woman who will abandon her faith in order to get hitched is an extremely poor long term marriage prospect.

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Ladies, your youth and beauty lives on in your children.

A couple of hilarious pieces in The Guardian by some chick called Arwa Mahdawi, (must be an Englander!), caught my eye this week.

Men’s fixation on young women is another sign of masculinity in crisis.

Researchers looked at nearly 200,000 heterosexual users and found that while men’s sexual desirability peaks at age 50, women hit their prime at 18. And then it’s all downhill from there apparently. Can I just remind you that 18-year-olds are teenagers, and so this study is basically saying that straight men don’t find women attractive; they like girls.

I wrote about this study when it came out last year but this feminist’s reaction to it is just so heartwarming that I had to share it. It’s a strange conundrum; on the one hand feminists go around loudly proclaiming to all who don’t want to listen that they don’t need or want men, yet they also get rather upset when men show preference for anyone but them. Sucks not to be wanted, right? But then, feminists are simply women who men either never wanted in the first placed or who they tired of.

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The sheer awfulness of Game of Thrones.

Last night I watched Game of Thrones due to the fact that I have HBO in my hotel room and I thought, what the hell, I’ll give it a shot; how bad could it be? It was beyond bad. It was quite simply the worst piece of television that I have ever seen.

The week before I had caught the previous two episodes. The one with the giant battle against the army of the undead in the frozen north made for bewildering viewing seeing as the lighting was so dark when they filmed it that for most of the battle I couldn’t make out anything at all. It turned out that they won because a very small girl killed the very bad undead dude. Okaaaaaaay …

Then last week’s episode had a dragon shot out of the sky by a flotilla of triremes sporting gigantic fixed crossbows. As I watched I thought to myself that the other dragon is going to make mincemeat of them seeing as the ships were all in a narrow body of water and couldn’t turn around. I mean, all the remaining dragon had to do was to fly quickly around behind them before they could swivel the crossbows and simply open its mouth.

Instead, helmed by the blonde with the very dark eyebrows it flew away in a panic leaving the crossbow triremes to effortlessly destroy the dragon’s allied navy. Makes sense, not.

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