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By Cassandra Hough Last week, discussion of a new phobia made waves on the social media circuit: fecundophobia. Mollie Hemmingway, writing for The Federalist, explained that “fecundophobia” is the growing fear of children and fertile women. She sites ample evidence … Continue reading
Recently, Randall Smith discussed how etiquette and courtship rituals, which once helped channel masculine energy into constructive ends, has degenerated into hook-ups. In his opinion, women have been a large part of the cause. Read on for his take: I … Continue reading
young women approached me asking for other options. “If we know that less isn’t more and what we wear significantly impacts how men view women, what can we wear instead?” Do not despair. Vintage is in and classy never goes out of fashion. Consider whether the suit you currently own adequately reflects the beauty you would like to portray. As philosopher and ethicist Dr. Pia de Solenni says: “Beauty draws the seer towards the person seen; it invites them to know and have confidence in that person even without knowing the person intimately.” With this in mind, maybe it is time to go shopping.
Dr. Alice Von Hildebrand once remarked, “If little girls were made aware of the great mystery conﬁded to them, their purity would be guaranteed. The very reverence which they would have toward their own bodies would inevitably be perceived by the other sex. Men are talented at reading women’s body language, and they are not likely to risk being humiliated when a refusal is certain. Perceiving women’s modesty, they would take their cue and, in return, approach the female sex with reverence.”
Please take a moment to read this thought-provoking article by Genevieve Fiorito. In a culture where dating has been replaced by “hanging out” and friends become “friends with benefits,” many young adults are left confused and wondering “just what exactly … Continue reading
Originally published by the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute on the subject and republished on “Back to the Best” this article encourages women to help men strive to be chivalrous by means of their own self-respect and extending sincere appreciation … Continue reading