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2785. Virtue vs. Virtuous to Marry

A battle over virtual virginity heated between two readers, while I was away from my battle station and command post. I don’t want to stop disagreements, just define some terms more thoroughly as used in this blog built on how both sexes are motivated to react to one another. 401 more words

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2784. Well-liked Article (#51 posted in January 2008)

Regardless of her sexual history, virtual virginity is the strategy of acting virginal sufficiently close enough that it enables a woman to uncover what a man is really after—conquest, conquer and dump, frequent and convenient sex, or her above all else. 538 more words

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2780. Balance Sought by Pushing, Shoving, and Cooperating

  1. Women expect to hear affection expressed in multiple ways and demonstrated on frequent occasions. Men don’t need it. He has affection delivery disorder, and it doesn’t match her affection…
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2779. Well-liked Article (#34a posted in January 2008)

  1. A man’s primary mission in life is to keep himself satisfied with who he is, what he does, and who he does it with.
  2. A woman’s primary mission in life is to be good by doing good, mostly in ways that make her grateful for spreading her love and important to others for her being so good.
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“You don’t run. But you’re more than able.”

This is a quote from a book I’m reading called Running Like a Girl. It was said by the author’s dad, who ran marathons. 776 more words

2773. We Are Also Born Alike

I post articles about how the sexes are born different and, as the result, are motivated differently in life. There’s another side. In a few ways they are born alike in ways that underwrite both their inborn and motivational differences. 473 more words

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2767. Refresher Thoughts — 17

  1. This feminist motto has been around for decades and women now live it vigorously: “What men can do, women can do better.” The result of that and similar feminist-think is indifference toward men as valuable tools of society, dependable mates, and responsible family members.
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