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Short Essay – Feminism’s Female “Friendship” Fraud

Short Essay – Feminism’s Female “Friendship” Fraud

Throughout history, women have never had female “friends”. Men had (team-based) friends, woman had (neighborhood-based) acquaintances. Female, feminist “friendship”, as we understand it today, was never the justification for interaction among unrelated women for the simple reason that young women were in direct competition with each other for the best men in town. And, despite … Continue reading

Quote: Brandon Sanderson on the Good Guys

Quote: Brandon Sanderson on the Good Guys

“Good men don’t become legends,” he said quietly. “Good men don’t need to become legends.” She opened her eyes, looking up at him. “They just do what’s right anyway.” The Well of Ascension Click on my link to my related post – The Good Guys

Short Essay – College is NOT Always the Answer

Short Essay – College is NOT Always the Answer

Today, most parents invest so much of themselves in directing, promoting and pursuing the perceived “success” of their 2.1 children in their efforts to get them into college, that they become blind to their kids abilities and interests, sending them off to college whether they want to go, or not. This is especially true for … Continue reading

Current EVEntS – Penelope Soto Flips-Off a Judge

I ask you this, “Do you remember Eve’s role in our loss of Paradise?” Well, thanks to radical, third-wave feminism, Eve is again in bed with the devil and through these brainwashed women, Christian America is about to become Paradise Lost once again… Here is an example of a liberated, third-wave feminist – typically out-of-line … Continue reading

Poem: A Book by Emily Dickinson

  A  BOOK There is no frigate like a book to take us lands away, nor any coursers like a page of prancing poetry. This traverse may the poorest take without oppress of toll; how frugal is the chariot                                                                            that bears a human soul!                                                                                                                  by Emily Dickinson