…who only see you during the holidays and consistently ask if you have a significant other yet? Funny how they never ask in a casual manner, it’s always with a subtle side of judgment and slight disdain for your constant singlehood. They act as though your true value can only be in the confines of a marriage or at least an exclusive/committed relationship, rather than having value as an individual.
How do my fellow single people deal with this?
Happy Yule to my fellow Pagans.
Merry Christmas to my Christian readers.
I hope my Jewish readers had a great Hanukkah.
And for the atheists in our crowd…Merry Festivus. 😉
May everyone have a safe, happy, and relaxing day with their friends and/or family today. Take care of yourselves and know you are loved. ❤
Seasonal comedy relief for those of us who need it.
Fellow blogger MyAtheistLife posted a really good series of religious questions earlier today. Although a decent number of them were directed towards monotheists (and perhaps Christians in particular) I thought I’d give answering them a shot. The post’s original questions are in bold, my responses are all italicized.
Continue reading Response To A Great Post By Myatheistlife
Or at least a lot of them would, if truly independent women weren’t so rare. It’s easy to talk the talk of being a “strong, independent womyn” but when it comes to walking the walk many women stumble and fall. Most don’t even know they’re doing it, but then are at a complete loss in the world of relationships.
Why? I’ll tell you why…
Continue reading Actually, Men *Do* Like Independent Women Part 1
Just a quick post about something that happened today. Continue reading So…Men Never Need Help?
This may get a bit ranty, but I’ve been holding back on writing this for nearly a year and recent events have pushed me into finally finishing it.
Continue reading Being Gender Dysphoric In The Manosphere
Over on goingyourownway.com, a truly fantastic mgtow forum that you really should check out, is a post by a gentleman who goes by SecularScientist. In it, he discusses two female students, their conversation, and a follow-up conversation involving all three of them.
Continue reading The Narcissism Of Happy Wife, Happy Life