Category Archives: Women

Review: The Marriage-Go-Round

Andrew Cherlin’s The Marriage-Go-Round: The State of Marriage and the Family in America Today is the third book I have consulted to learn more about the collapse of the traditional marriage, family, and gender roles in the United States. Cherlin is … Continue reading

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Marriage and Expressive Individualism

I’ve known about this for well over a decade now, but I will share it here for those who aren’t familiar with expressive individualism, which is now a core component of Americanism: “The newer form of individualism, which Bellah and … Continue reading

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Marriage and Revolution

Here’s a brief history lesson on divorce and revolution in the United States and France from Andrew Cherlin’s The Marriage-Go-Round: The State of Marriage and the Family in America Today: “It’s true that divorce was difficult to obtain, seen as … Continue reading

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Review: A History of The Wife

Marilyn Yalom’s A History of The Wife is the second book that I bought to gain a better understanding of the history of marriage and gender roles. There’s nothing much in this book that wasn’t previously covered in Stephanie Coontz’s Marriage, … Continue reading

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Review: Marriage, a History: How Love Conquered Marriage

Around the time that Andrew Anglin over at The Daily Stormer started to go MGTOW, I bought some books on Amazon that I thought would be helpful in learning more about the meaning of “traditional marriage” and “traditional gender roles.” … Continue reading

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Republicanism, Americanism, and the Demise of Traditional Marriage

The following excerpt comes from Stephanie Coontz’s book, Marriage, a History: How Love Conquered Marriage: “During the eighteenth century the spread of the market economy and the advent of the Enlightenment wrought profound changes in record time. By the end … Continue reading

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The Medieval Wife: Part One

Here are my notes on marriage in the Middle Ages from Marilyn Yalom’s book  A History of the Wife: In the Middle Ages, the Catholic Church gradually took over the jurisdiction of marriage from the family, kin group, and the … Continue reading

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A History of The Wife

This was written by a feminist, but it sounds like an interesting book: “How did marriage, considered a religious duty in medieval Europe, become a venue for personal fulfillment in contemporary America? How did the notion of romantic love, a … Continue reading

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Women and Americanism

What do you think? My guess is that virtually all of my readers after seeing this degenerate image of Miley Cyrus, formerly the child star Hannah Montana, gyrating on an inflatable penis would place themselves on the opposite side of … Continue reading

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Women In Early Modern Europe, 1500-1800

Editor’s Note: Consider this a companion guide to the latest podcast over at the Stormer. I’ve chosen the Early Modern Era to illustrate what life was still like for men and women closer to our own historical epoch. In Early … Continue reading

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