Sunday, October 7, 2012

A Married Man (Me) Reads Roissy

If only to confirm what he's learned through experience in these past twelve years: "that relationships and marriages are more loving, and more sexually fulfilling, when men and women abide their ancient biological roles" — Don’t Split The Housework If You Want The Love To Last. The post references a "study sure to make feminists apoplectic, [which] discovered that couples who share household chores are more likely to divorce."

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Blogger 박태민 마태오 said...

Mark Richardson over at Oz Conservative had a similar post, I believe regarding the same Norwegian study: http://ozconservative.blogspot.kr/2012/10/why-does-sharing-housework-increase.html

October 8, 2012 at 7:44 PM  
Blogger papabear said...

I'm curious, what sort of game strategies have you applied in your marriage?

October 8, 2012 at 8:02 PM  
Blogger Iosue Andreas Sartorius said...

Papabear, anything I learned was picked up by trial and error and through observations of my Korean father- and brother-in-law, both manlier than most Americans, and then confirmed after stumbling into the Manosphere.

I guess the main strategy is never revert to sniveling apologetic betahood just because the missus is upset about something. Step away and wait for her to come back. She will. Praying the rosary always works along with that strategy.

One mantra I always come back came from the flaming homosexual who taught us Social Dance 101 back in college, said to the few males in the class: "You lead, she'll follow."

October 10, 2012 at 9:58 PM  
Blogger papabear said...

What do you do when you have to wait for the storm to blow over, i.e. if she is upset? Going to one's "man space" seems like a retreat - I think the general advice in the manosphere is to remain calm and to tell one's wife that the conversation will resume when she's calmed down, but I'm curious as to how that works in practice for you, especially with a Korean wife. It's not uncommon to seen hot-tempered wives with henpecked husbands on Korean dramas. Have you had to ignore her while going about your own business in the house?

October 11, 2012 at 1:18 AM  
Blogger Iosue Andreas Sartorius said...

Yep. Just walk away, knowing that womenfolk can be irrational and hysterical. I wish I had learned that in the first few years. I have lived through some scenes from Korean dramas and it ain't fun. I'm convinced that TV fuels that kind of dynamic, rather than just reporting something that's already there.

My father- and brother-in-law both hail from the stoic Confucian Southeast, rather than the more cosmopolitan and effeminate capital region, so I think they deal better with this kind of nonsense.

October 11, 2012 at 9:26 PM  
Blogger Iosue Andreas Sartorius said...

By the way, I'd appreciate any manospheric sites you might recommend.

October 11, 2012 at 9:28 PM  
Blogger papabear said...

Just the Manosphere in general, or Game/Marriage in particular? I have The Spearhead and Dalrock on the Feed; Dalrock is aimed at Christians. Married Men Sex Life is also about married "game," but Athol Kay's views on what's permissible with respect to marital relations is at variance with Catholic teaching. Hawaiian Libertarian may also be of interest to you. And then there's Vox's Alpha Gameplan. And those websites also link to the other bloggers on game.

October 11, 2012 at 9:41 PM  
Blogger papabear said...

Yeah, I've been wondering if the depiction of the marriage dynamic among the older characters (parents or in-laws) isn't part of the new indoctrination in Korean mass media, just as younger women are told it is ok to focus on their career and delay having babies.

October 11, 2012 at 9:42 PM  
Blogger papabear said...

Curious how the anti-natalist message in Korean tv shows has not been reversed, even though the government recognizes that the declining birthrate is a problem.

October 11, 2012 at 9:43 PM  
Blogger papabear said...

I forgot to add Jack Donovan; he is affiliated with the alt right/ WN but I think he is helpful in reminding us of the natural basis of patriarchy. I am planning to write a short review of his book, once I read it.

October 12, 2012 at 4:24 PM  
Blogger E.R. Bourne said...

I have to second Mr. Chan's recommendation of Dalrock. He is the clear, insightful, and traditional. He astutely analyzes feminism in all of its forms, not just the easy targets of abortion zealotry or lesbianism. He also does this without advocating being a cad or a pick up artist. Every post of his is worth reading.

October 13, 2012 at 1:36 PM  
Blogger Pints in NYC said...

Josh - I sent you an email under my main account. Please check it out.

October 13, 2012 at 11:38 PM  

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