Dealing with different levels of desire: women they’re looking at you. Only you.
What can they reasonably expect?
What is a reasonable expectation if you have invited someone over to watch a movie?
Is holding a door open always about good manners?
Can holding a door open be sexist?
Today in WTF?
Today in WTF?
Repost: Nice Guys (TM) redux and what makes an ideal husband and father
Colour us as unreasonably demanding, but women do tend to want a little bit more than a guy who simply refrains from being nasty like it’s some great sacrifice (which implies that he might just stop refraining from being nasty if he doesn’t feel appreciated enough, so watch it).
Things to make you go [insert name here] SMASH!
Today in moral panics.
Don’t be that girl
Don’t be that girl – who goes out with a man who writes books like this.
Oh please, give us some credit
Bettina Ardnt is trying to whip up a panic about our unmarried but partnered Prime Minister moving into the Lodge, after being elected, with her bloke. It could be a bad role model for young women she says. I say, complete crap,… Read More ›
Quickhit: Bettina Arndt, rape cheerleader
Sydney Morning Herald: “Women should say yes, yes, yes more” Forty years after liberated women felt able to say “no” to their partners’ demands for sex, they have been urged to say “yes” more often to keep their men happy…. Read More ›
A soupçon of good, a whole mess of lazy “advice”
For once here’s some relationship advice which talks about the way the men and women are TRAINED from an early age to act differently in response to life’s annoyances and pains. That’s a refreshing change from all those articles which try and paint gender-differences in emotional responses as being due to innate genetic XX vs XY differences.