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How Should a Lady Interact with Strangers?

September 2, 2013 by


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 […]

That actually is quite sexist

August 5, 2013 by


More pay for equal work

August 2, 2013 by


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 […]

Children are not a fashion accessory

July 11, 2013 by


I think quite often about the scourge of divorce in our culture. Things have changed a great deal in the past 75 years or so. Parents are not intimately involved when their children choose a mate. Young women are groomed for the market place rather than the home, and marriage is viewed as an addendum […]

Is There a Man Shortage or Something?

July 8, 2013 by


First Alte tweets this: A jury deciding whether to sentence a convicted cop killer to death today saw a CCTV recording of the 31-year-old and a 29-year-old prison guard rendezvousing in the prison ‘activity room’. The CCTV video shows a two-minute incident between Ronell Wilson and Nancy Gonzalez, 29, which occurred at Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention […]

I haven’t even been born yet

June 25, 2013 by


Only Big Brother is watching you

June 17, 2013 by