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How Should a Lady Interact with Strangers?

September 2, 2013 by

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This discussion has been tippy-toed ’round more times than I can count, but since TC is a quiet place these days, I thought (with the permission of the lovely editrixes) that we might have a chat about this. Considerations: 1) It is apparent that the smile of a lady is a valuable thing, lightening many […]

Going out with a bang

August 6, 2013 by

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So, this is my final post on TC for the foreseeable future. I’m already totally stressed out and busy, and I’m starting to get the feeling that I’m just repeating myself. Sometimes I think, “I should write a post about THIS!” and then I realize that I’ve already written a post about that. Twice. Nevermind. […]

That actually is quite sexist

August 5, 2013 by

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More pay for equal work

August 2, 2013 by

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From Oz Conservative: It is now a “human right” in Australia for women to be paid more than men I suppose this was inevitable, given the way that liberalism works, but it still makes me angry. An Australian company has decided to pay its female employees a higher rate of superannuation than its male employees […]

It’s an epidemic

August 1, 2013 by

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A few days ago, we went to a cute, little beach on the Chesapeake Bay. The kids were frolicking in the water and the seagulls were squawking, and I settled in with a good book. Ah… this is what summer’s all about. And then I hear them, as it’s impossible to not overhear them. They […]

Don’t marry a golddigger

July 26, 2013 by

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Don’t marry a golddigging, conservative woman. Rather, marry a strong, independent woman like these: Rise of the feminist wedding: No veils, no engagement ring – and don’t DARE try to give me away When searching for a wife: You should have a strong preference for women who don’t expect you to have a job because […]

A treatise on the flocking of birds

July 24, 2013 by

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We’ve all grown up in Disneyland. Whether it be “Cinderella”, “Beauty and the Beast”, or any other number of fantastical tales, we’ve all been taught that anyone can be anything. Anyone can marry anyone else, and live happily ever after. But fairy tales are actually soberly realistic. They were written in a time where it […]