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1120. RANDOM THOUGHTS—Group 33


  • Women presume that men are only after sex and believe they can be his heavenly object. Why?  Women essentially put out what all others provide. Sexual activity doesn’t make her different; it makes her the same to men. To be different, she has to be otherwise unique in the Sisterhood.
  • People often crave the food to which they are allergic. The same phenomenon plagues female losers. They crave men that possess character flaws unworthy of attention by other females. Why? Dislike of Self and self-image insufficient to compensate.  
  • Women generally lose the battle of the sexes, because they collectively lose the war over values that society lives by. They lose to men, politicians, secularists, and entertainment executives. When females don’t uphold moral and female-friendly standards and principles, men enjoy far greater freedom from women, family, and personal responsibility.
  • To their own detriment, women activate the self-fulfilling prophecy against their own relationships. They badmouth their man. They describe his quirks and undesirable habits to female friends. Doing so programs their subconscious minds, and he becomes more and more as they describe him. He doesn’t change. The more she complains, the more her perceptions of him change.

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494. Keepers for Keepers — Assortment 17


Dear Daughter: A few more to consider.

    A long courtship without sex enables her to slowly grow the conviction that she needs and trusts him for who he is and not just for being a man and what he says. [17]

    A man’s drive to be head of the house far overpowers a woman’s natural objections to it. [4]

    A man’s devotion wilts and dies, when he’s not appreciated in an upbeat fashion for who he is and what he does. [7]

    A woman’s obvious immodesty frees up masculine self-restraint. [12]

    Her respect and gratitude for who he is and what he does holds him as partner. [7]

    As women go, so goes society. Masculine-style sexual freedom practiced by females dooms marriage, faithful husbanding, and responsible fathering as institutions.[2]

    Feminine adherence to moral standards earns masculine respect. [7]

    Exceptionalness to men means that he and other men haven’t had her and can’t have her without paying the dearest price—masculine freedom. [17]

    A wife is a reflection of her husband. A wife is a reflection of her husband. A wife is a reflec…. [17]

    People don’t improve by being told of their faults. They improve to meet the expectations of those they like, admire, and respect—those who cite their strengths and reliability. Husbands are people. [18]

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434. KEEPERS FOR KEEPERS — Assortment 11


Dear Daughter: Some more worthy of your review.

☼ When men don’t highly value integrity in others, they likely lack it themselves. This makes vow-keeping much more difficult for such men. [7]

☼ Women are in charge, as always, but it takes a well-designed offense to defend against his offense. [12]

☼ The foundation of a man’s love is unconditional respect for the female gender and conditional respect for one woman. [7]

☼ She can condemn his nature and even get him to change behavior, but sooner or later she will pay a price for doing so. [10]

☼ She steals someone’s husband or boyfriend and expects him to be faithful, after she just taught him the rewards for infidelity. [8]

☼ Putting her personal comfort over attractive display of herself won’t reduce his eagerness for conquest, but it reduces his enthusiasm for her as keeper. [12]

☼ Moral standards serve women and children predominantly but only when women set good examples and stand firm. [7]

☼ Men acknowledge their inferiority as relationship experts, and so pay little attention to relationship maintenance. [4]

☼ Life 101 teaches young girls how to discriminate between the respect, value, and expectations of real life commitment and devotion. But, modern girls cut class. [13]

☼ If a man refuses to honor a woman’s standards and expectations, he won’t do it after conquest either. [8]

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409. Do women know jack about Jack? —Part 21


Jack thinks about conquest. A lot of what women know is wrong.

♂ Physical attractiveness captures Jack’s attention. Plenty of sex holds him awhile, but it’s not the keeper if she’s not a keeper.

♂ To facilitate conquest Jack works to uncover weaknesses to use against her resistance. Delay earns respect for her, as he ‘stumbles into’ her other attractive virtues, strengths, and qualities.

  Women want to change Jack, at least after marriage. He resists change, except to learn whatever is needed to conquer her. He’s pretty unchangeable after that.

  Jack changes after conquest. If the groundwork for a relationship is not laid beforehand, surprises await her.

♂ The lure of a conquest stimulates Jack’s overstatement and even braggadocio about his benefits to the woman. It’s his nature, and it should trigger her hard-headedness for proof, if she hopes to win and keep him.

♂ Jack competes with each woman prior to conquest, but he expects only cooperation after that.  

♂ Jack is fascinated, charmed, restrained, and yields his dominance in the face of feminine mystery, female modesty, cultured manners, moral standards, hard-headed meekness, soft-hearted strength, belief in monogamy, and persistently guarded chastity.

♂ Driven by his nature, Jack seeks to conquer each attractive and seemingly available woman—unless he is living up to something higher than himself, such as God, moral values, religious restraints, or an exceptional woman from whom he expects more.

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306. Sex and the fickle girl — Part 14


  When a woman concludes that men are only after one thing, it’s because she offers too little else.

  Women generate their own unhappiness. A woman focuses on her man’s negatives, which worsen precisely because of her attentions.

  Booty call: The screwing she gets for the screwing he gets. Duty sluthood costs her much more male respect that she can ever imagine.

  College girls major in booty for reasons incomprehensible to any father.   

  Capturing a man is easy. Keeping one is not. The burden is on her. Her nature seeks togetherness, and his seeks freedom.

  Virgin girls believe they won’t get dumped if they yield. Actually, to men, the more his buds have tried and failed, the easier she is to dump, unless he’s really into her other strengths and attributes.  

  It’s self-fulfilling: A wife blames husband for his faults. Accused men defend themselves by disproving the evidence presented. Debate amplifies his faults into failures in her eyes. He gets worse.

  Women abandon femininity, modesty, high moral standards, and other female strengths just to have a boyfriend they can’t keep, because of what they abandoned.

[More about sex and fickle females appears in posts 291, 259, 246, 229, 216, 201, 184, 170, 160, 148, 137, 93, and 34. Scroll down or search by the number followed by a dot and space.]

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259. Sex and the fickle girl — Part 12


♀ A woman’s soft-hearted nature should be reserved for husband and kids. Relying on it during dating and courtship makes her vulnerable to join her sisters in the ex lane.

♀ When a hottie becomes haughty, she might as well be a nottie—after conquest, that is.

♀ Expectant mothers duplicate tee-shirted, pot-bellied men, which drives expectant father’s eyeballs to every attractive female within sight.

♀ He cheats on her, so she cheats on him. The former hurts her, the latter terminates their relationship.

♀ Women abandon femininity, modesty, high moral standards, and other female strengths just to have a boyfriend or husband they can’t keep.

♀ It’s self-fulfilling: A wife blames husband for his faults. Accused men resist change and defend themselves by disproving the evidence presented. In her eyes, his resistance makes her see his faults as her failure to correct him. Her failures turn him toward inadequacy. It started with her accepting him with faults she could not stand.

♀ Behind each ex there’s an inadequate man. He’s either dumper or dumpee. Yet, she chose him with inadequate qualifications, and her choices will always determine her outcomes.

♀ Short-term romantic love seduces women into ignoring the need for her man’s respect. Hence, when romantic love fades in a year or two, his respect for her is not enough to fuel his long-term enduring love.

[More about sex and fickle females appears in posts 246, 229, 216, 201, 184, 170, 160, 148, 137, 93, and 34. Scroll down or search by the number followed by a dot and space.]

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237. Female dominance: Gone! Part 7


Except for the physical, feminine nature easily counterbalances male dominance. But modern women abandon their strengths.    

♀ Her mystery, morality, and modesty signal ‘permission denied’ for male boldness. It checks him, before he ventures too far. His need for caution makes him uncomfortable, which adds to her ability to dominate.  

♀ If he’s comfortable, he’s in control. If he’s uncomfortable, she’s in control.

Female modesty rigidly enforced is the strongest natural counterbalance to male domination.

♀ Whatever embarrasses a woman reveals her unchanging nature. When she tries to overcome or ignore it for a man, she misses earning his respect and enlarges his dominion over her.  

♀ The next strongest counterbalance to a man’s natural dominance is a woman’s respect and attitude of gratitude for who he is and what he does.

♀ A woman’s moral standards set boundaries. Her enforcement holds a man in line, earns his respect, and sends silent messages about how life will be with her.

♀ Her lack of values, standards, and expectations means that she follows his. The lower his are, the more masculinity and male dominance direct his life.  

♀ She comes across as respectable, courageous, and strong—and maybe and unfortunately disposable—when she repeatedly has the strength to say ‘No’ to conquest.

[More on the shattering of female dominance appears at posts 222, 209, 194, 173, 159, and 151.]

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