Esther Vilar: ‘What does it profit a woman, one might ask, to lose a lover and gain a father?’
Scott Thomas looks at the common relationship transition from sweetheart to sweatshop
In the bad old days, two of the time-tested ways for women to move up in class were to marry money, or to marry the boss. Melinda French did both.
The case for marriage is in checkmate. August Løvenskiolds handles the inevitable shaming that follows.
Marriage and Respect
“Men’s irrationality in entering the prison of marriage”
Special or equal. Pick one, and no, you can’t switch lanes mid-stride.
Class plays an important role when it comes to Black America. Mumia Ali explains.
MGTOW August Løvenskiolds has been thinking about getting a cellphone but found that being married to the contract that comes with them to be a daunting affair.
August Løvenskiolds recently posted an article discussing gynocentrism in marriage or “gynomarriage.” Peter Wright adds his thoughts on the topic.
Clues on to how to make marriages work can be found in historical and biological underpinnings of pair bonding. August Løvenskiolds peers forward and back.
Are men shunning marriage because of the economy, or do they have alternatives to marriage, like porn and easy sex? Dr. Helen Smith explores the question.