What Happens After 40?


From a recent post, this Dalrock graph was under consideration,

There are many things to consider with respect to the graph, but one that I do not think got much attention was what happens when the women become over 40, and have never been married.  Notice that during the recession and anemic recovery years, the level for this group is pretty steady; all the while the other groups are increasing.  This means that a very large number of women who enter this group must be getting married; in other words this group is absorbing the excesses from the previous group, and marrying them off.

I wonder what many of these marriages look like.  The first aspect that comes to mind is that the woman probably really feels that she is settling.  There is a high likelihood that she kept holding out, seemingly forever searching, because she felt that she was worth it.  It is difficult to believe that there would not be resentment here.  Perhaps at first, she could convince herself and him that there is not really a problem; and for a while there might not be one.  However, the resent cannot be bottled up forever.  Sooner or later, it will come bubbling to the surface.  It probably will not ever manifest itself in terms of the true problem, but as some seemingly unrelated problem.  I am not sure exactly why this happens this way, but it is probably a means to vent frustrations without exactly considering what the true problem is (and we can’t do that, can we?).  So before too long, the marriage is on the rocks.

I wonder how often this scenario plays out.  There do seem to be lots of women who in this cohort now.  When I was a youngster, I recall reading in Newsweek that if a women is not married by 40, then there is almost no chance of her marrying.  Obviously that is not true today.  Many men are marrying this ticking time-bombs, not realizing what they have on their hands.  How this will all play out, one does not precisely, but it is probably mostly not good.

Naturally enough, NAWALT applies.

 

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119 comments on “What Happens After 40?
  1. Yoda says:

    Large cohort goes in
    Small cohort goes out.
    Married become they did

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  2. Spawny Get says:

    Too late for me, but your post is at odds with my recollection of what the graph means.

    2012. 45-49 cohort 9% unmarried. Green line 2012
    That cohort was 40-44 in 2007…where 9.1%were unmarried. Yellow line 2007.

    0.1% of the 40-44 in 2007 got married between 2007 and 2012.

    Marriage for the previously unmarried pretty much dead in that age range. 1 in a 1000 of the whole population. 0.1 in 9.0 of the unmarried. 1 in 90. 1.1%

    You can do the same for each cohort. Compare numbers by skipping back a line and 5 years. Which is what one of the graphs I linked to did.

    Don’t know about remarry. Not broken down by socioeconomic group. NAW are equal. But as I said back on jfg…if you want to get remarried…get on with it. Work at it. Don’t be like that. Don’t look like you’re like that. You know who you are. This is a call to action, not to defeat.

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  3. bookooball says:

    Unfortunately Yoda, brainwashed into thinking marriage is about legal status and a ceremony, women have become.

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  4. Tarnished says:

    Hi, bookooball.
    Welcome! Glad to see another new face.

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  5. Yoda says:

    Wish data on remarries there was.
    Very interesting it would be

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  6. Yoda says:

    How far “marrying down” they are?

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  7. Tarnished says:

    The first aspect that comes to mind is that the woman probably really feels that she is settling.

    Ah…there it is. The crux of the matter.
    The concept of settling, or to put a finer point on it, settling vs compromising.

    Those who settle know (or believe they know) that they deserve X. They just can’t get X, so they begrudgingly settle for Z. Unfortunately, this means they will forever covet all the Xs they can never have whilst simultaneously loathing the Z.

    Those who compromise, on the other hand, know that sure, X is their ideal. But X is also not necessary for true contentment or happiness. So maybe Z has some flaws…but they realize that everyone does. Including them. At the end of the day, you and your SO learn to compromise and love each other for the Zs you are, and smooth out the flaws while building up your individual X-like traits.

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  8. Tarnished says:

    How far “marrying down” they are?

    If you think you’re marrying/dating down, you have no business being with that person, imho.

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  9. Tarnished says:

    Wish data on remarries there was.
    Very interesting it would be.

    It’s from 2013, but Pew has some.

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  10. Yoda says:

    Tarn my hero she is

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  11. Yoda says:

    Even better if remarriages by age there was

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The problem for never married women over forty is that they have to compete with frivorcees and a large part of their dating pool are frivorced men.

    As for settling, I linked this yesterday. It may be worth another look. Using charts , it demonstrates haow a woman can percieve herself as an eight and be the equal of what she sees to to be a male three.

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  13. bookooball says:

    The problem arises when Z thinks it’s an X or worse, an X thinks a Y is a Z…

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  14. bookooball says:

    Powerful drug, Viagra is

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  15. bookooball says:

    Z thinks it’s an X… So it’s unhappy being with another Z

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  16. Yoda says:

    Eight compared to a three — big difference that is.
    Odd that such a big discrepancy there is

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  17. Tarnished says:

    Exactly. A lack of introspection into ones own strengths and weaknesses causes naught but confusion when relating to others. Believing yourself to have no flaws can be just as destructive as believing yourself to have no strengths, though they usually manifest in different ways.

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    It is explained in the video. Inflation on one side and deflation on the other could lead to such a perceptual discrepency.
    For any man seeing this in a woman he is dating,, I would reccommend getting the heck out of there as fast as possible. Western women do have an overall reputation for being “stuck up”.Western men should not feed it.

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  19. Tarnished says:

    Using charts, it demonstrates how a woman can perceive herself as an eight and be the equal of what she sees to be a male three.

    Watched that video yesterday, Fuzzie.
    Blows one’s mind, it does. Not even so much the inflation of ego, but the denial of male physical/sexual attractiveness. It is a foreign idea in my mind:
    https://tarnishedsophia.wordpress.com/2013/10/26/finding-beauty-in-everyone/

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  20. Yoda says:

    Believe this I can not.
    Fuzzie linked to a video with a picture of Andrea in it he did.

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  21. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    Real horses don’t look loke this, either

    Fluffle is so sweet. Like the two Arab mares that I fed for so many years.

    You may have take a pageouto f privateman’s book for this. He dows suggest that women find something positive in every man.

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  22. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I did. I had forgotten since posting it yesterday.
    Here is some antidote.

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  23. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sargon of Akkad had another video taken down.

    Considering the source, is it time to knock down all brick and mortat institutions?

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  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I don’t do just bear videos. This one is great because Daddy giraffe is there too.

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/video/animals/newborn-giraffee-adorably-stumbles-while-taking-first-steps/vi-BBp2eNM?ocid=iehp

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  25. Tarnished says:

    You may have take a pageouto f privateman’s book for this.

    PM and I share a number of similar views, despite him being a post-divorce dating guru and I being happily single. Great minds think alike… 😉

    Something funny:
    A tradcon emailed me just now, and was trying to school me on the RP, the absolute necessity of strict traditional gender roles (yeah, including the ones that say men *need* to be providers and leaders or else they magically lose their penis or something) and how I have a vagina so I *need* to be feminine and allow my guy to lead…even though we’d hate such a role swap as it plays opposite our individual strengths.

    He is completely flabbergasted that I said I was a MGTOW supporter. Said it was utterly contrary to what I should want (a husband, I guess). Then he asked if I was Jewish, because a lot of folk in his corner of the manosphere think MGTOW is a Zionist conspiracy to destroy all civilization and make men forsake their “natural leaders”.

    Can’t make this shit up…I’m just reeling from the strangeness of it all.

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  26. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    He just wasn’t prepared for your response. People like to pigeonhole. It keeps things neat.

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  27. Tarnished says:

    Too true, Fuzzie.
    He still believes that I am a fool for supporting a “movement” that allows men to determine their own destinies and decreases the amount of drafthorses/ignorant soldiers. I am responding in a far more polite way to him directly, but here is my true response in a nutshell:

    Oh well.

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  28. Tarnished says:

    Praise for my decision to advocate eternal bachelorhood for men and to never wed is neither needed nor wanted.

    Not even from a random stranger on the Internet. 😛

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  29. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    He is presuming that all women are on Team Woman. A couple of years ago, there was some discussion about this and it was considered, among traditionalists, that Team Her Man deserves priority.

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  30. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    You have my thanks and appriciation. Who else would have introduced me to Fluffle Poof?

    Liked by 1 person

  31. Tarnished says:

    You have my thanks and appreciation.

    Now, see…you I care about.

    Liked by 2 people

  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It looks like Roosh is taking serious precautions to protect his meetups.

    http://www.rooshv.com/private-meetups-protocol-to-attend-meetups-that-now-have-hidden-meeting-locations

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  33. Tarnished says:

    Hmmm.
    Im thinking back to Yoda’s comment at 1:57am.

    If a woman honestly believes she is marrying “down”…why is she marrying at all? Is the thought of being single that bad, or is there more to it?

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  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I LIKE FLUFFLE POOF!!!!
    She’s so happy!

    Like

  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    A lot of women blieve that they should pull the same quality of men for long term as they can pull for short term. I think that is where a lot of this starts. That, and the fact that they are older when they start looking for long term seriously.
    Yes, there are a lot of benefits to women being married. It also helps facilitate child rearing.

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  36. Sumo says:

    Totally off topic – Internet Aristocrat is back, and he destroyed Dean Esmay.

    Liked by 1 person

  37. Spawny Get says:

    Sumo, I linked to that some days ago too.
    RIP Dean’s credibility. All IA did was not let him evade anything. This is why femeroids and SJWankers don’t debate. Dean, not being an SJW (though sounding close in attitude at times, lacks the required hypocrisy that they have. He never stood a chance.

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  38. Spawny Get says:

    If a woman honestly believes she is marrying “down”…why is she marrying at all? Is the thought of being single that bad, or is there more to it?

    Gee, don’t do me no favours lady.

    That way leads to him working his arse off, her being eternally resentful and/or a divorce where she feelz entitled to take it all

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  39. Spawny Get says:

    I retract my previous all-clear for JtO

    fucking moron.

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  40. Spawny Get says:

    and Karen there too. FFS

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  41. Sumo says:

    Sumo, I linked to that some days ago too.

    Oops, my bad.

    Liked by 1 person

  42. Spawny Get says:

    ‘bad’ isn’t the word. 😉

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  43. Sumo says:

    WTF is the deal with these AVFM types being Islamophiles?

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  44. Spawny Get says:

    Feminism is ‘there is no difference between men and women’

    These guys seem to buy into the liberal mantra that there’s no difference between people of different cultures, nationalities, religions, races, sexes (apart from where they cannot be ignored – sport etc).

    The present problems in Europe and the States are only, can only, be down to economic disadvantage of the immigrants.

    And that is just horseshit.

    NAinsertwhateverhereALT…but to demand that there’s nothing you can say about any group on the statistical level is just bollocks.

    I don’t happen to see much good coming from such discussions, I have no interest in those discussions happening here. We’re not going HBD or WN here – will not happen. But what is actively harmful is an inability to recognise real world issues with real world implications because to do so runs contra to your ideology. This is rabbit thinking, blue pill thinking, liberal thinking (in your parlance), SJW thinking

    In that discussion thread we had Karen doing her Islam is a gynocentric religion schtick. FINE, fine, much of what she says is probably true for women of that religion in an idealised implementation of the religion. But what does that religion say about unbeliever women? it’s not gynocentric about them, is it? If you claim that women in those cultures don’t have it so good because of the culture (it’s not down to the religion)? Are you telling me that Islam and the culture in those countries is not very tightly interwoven? seriously?

    Then there’s the ‘where is the video evidence’?
    Well,
    a) if you were in that crowd waving a camera phone around…you were likely to be robbed of it
    b) surveillance cameras? Where’s the footage. We know that the cops were told to delete it / hide it because it might prove ‘tricky’ if it got out. Also why any footage captured by the immigrants didn’t get into the mainstream.
    c) a retired German media chief recently admitted that they only reported what they were told to report by the politicians.

    Then there’s ‘the lefty oriented MSM is spinning what is happening as a rape culture’…FFS the MSM (which is indeed lefty oriented) is only reporting on this stuff when it’s dragged kicking and screaming to it by social media. Only when it cannot be ignored is it reported at all.

    JtO et al are still 100% blue pill on any issue other than feminism. Dumb mofos I’ve lost a lot of respect for the bunch of them. I’m not the type to fan-boi, but I did think that they had their shit down better than this. It’s embarrassing.

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  45. Liz says:

    “fucking moron.”

    That’s a very Gentile euphemism.
    (for some reason, I’ve been very pun-happy lately)

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  46. Liz says:

    But, yes…that guy was something beyond fucktarded.

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  47. Liz says:

    BTW, Muslim women are treated like absolute shit in most ME countries. Not just “unbelievers”. You aren’t allowed to be an unbeliever in many of those countries. But Ms Karen should take a trip over there and see for herself. Remember the Taliban would shoot women who left the house (even with a sick child, to get to the doctor) without a burka? Rmember when the religious police in Saudi threw schoolgirls back into the firey building because they’d escaped the fire but weren’t appropriately dressed?

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  48. Liz says:

    Karen wishes everyone would have to wear a burka so she could compete.

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  49. Liz says:

    See, now I’m in a bad mood. Need to think of some more puns.

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  50. Tarnished says:

    Are you telling me that Islam and the culture in those countries is not very tightly interwoven? Seriously?

    Oh, it is. It seriously is. Thing is, the culture takes the religion to the extremes. Having a country run with fanatical Islam would be like the US being run by the Westboro Baptist Church. That is why I like my Muslim customers and neighbors…because much like “regular” Christians are disgusted by the hatred spewed out by the WB, they openly voice their disgust regarding the Islamic State and Sharia law. A significant majority of the Muslims I know are first generation Americans. Their parents, decades ago, got out and came to the US before all this shit hit the fan and are productive members of our society.

    I recently spoke to one of the elder Muslim gentlemen in my neighborhood during a walk we inadvertently shared. He said that what was happening in Europe was upsetting…but he could have told the politicians about the groping and rapes and attacks before *any* refugees stepped across the border. There’s a huge difference, he said, between inviting in a guest who thinks to take off their shoes before entering your house vs one who comes in and craps on your carpet. Needless to say, he believes a very significant portion of the refugees are carpet crappers, intent on upholding not only their fanatical religion but their fanatical cultural norms too, all while living off the taxpayer dime. I must say I agree with him.

    Also interestingly, he said he’d be one of the first to…persuade said refugees to never step foot in our neighborhood or in his mosque, if the US began taking them in. Neither he, nor his wife and children, want them here.

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  51. Liz says:

    Islamic countries are universally craptastic, Tarn. Even the “westernized” ones with a lot of money. They treat non-Muslims horribly, it’s all a caste system. They import workers from Asia and Africa, confiscate their passports and essentially turn them into slaves.

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  52. Tarnished says:

    So I’ve been told, Liz. It sounds like it is only a drop better for those that are Muslim…so long as nobody finds out you’re practicing a “watered down” version of it. Like, y’know, not giving a damn if your daughters aren’t covered when they are escaping a fire or if your sons don’t want to go off and be canon fodder soldiers at 15.

    It is no wonder that the more intelligent/non-orthodox citizens reject a culture that openly murders their children. I for one am thankful everyday to not live in one of those countries.

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  53. Spawny Get says:

    I did say
    “much of what she says is probably true for women of that religion in an idealised implementation of the religion
    I have no knowledge of whether country X is, or is not, an idealised paradise on Earth. And am frankly uninterested in a let’s compare countries debate.

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  54. Spawny Get says:

    BTW
    do we know if Ton is alright? it’s been a while.

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  55. Spawny Get says:

    As the local wise Patriarch said yesterday
    IT SUCKS: Polls Shows Majority Of Brits Say Cameron’s EU Deal Is ‘Bad’ For Britain

    The Prime Minister was pilloried by even the pro-EU mainstream media this morning, and now it can be revealed that 69 per cent of Britons feel the same way.

    Just 31 per cent said they thought Mr. Cameron had secured a good deal for Britain, with the breakdown of these figures revealing even more interesting trends.

    Fifty-seven per cent of young people thought Mr. Cameron’s deal was bad, with 43 per cent being in favour. A whopping 76 per cent of those aged over 55 slammed the PM’s deal, and 70 per cent between 35 and 54 years of age called it “bad”.

    Those in the North of England thought worst of the deal, while Scottish voters were most complimentary about it, with 41 per cent endorsing it.

    And intriguingly, the deal was less popular with women than men. Seventy per cent of women felt Mr. Cameron had failed to secure a good deal for Britain, whereas 68 per cent of men said they felt the same.

    Asked if the draft EU deal make people more or less likely to vote to stay in the EU, 44 per cent said it makes them less likely to vote to remain, and just 19 per cent said it convinces them to stay.

    Spoon faced tosser.

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  56. Spawny Get says:

    Project Fear has yet to be launched in earnest, currently we just have all the euro-weenies talking about voting to stay in a large block versus the uncertainty of going it alone, but the last poll I heard of before this ‘deal’ had the leavers leading by 4% iirc. So, the deal done gone made it worse for the buttered new potato euro-minion.

    Currently, Project Fear is mentioned as the reason to believe that contrary to the polls, we won’t GTFO. Project Fear was a pandemic in which ever countries held polls on matters EU.

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  57. Yoda says:

    SJWs,

    The modern social justice movement, or the new “political correctness,” vaulted into the spotlight last year. Student protests swept across campuses, with demands often focused on purging thoughtcrime—leading to heated debates on whether this movement is a dangerous pseudo-progressive authoritarianism or a long-overdue effort to achieve justice for all. A year-in-review piece in The Daily Dot in late December proclaimed 2015 “the year of the social justice warrior”

    http://observer.com/2016/02/the-totalitarian-doctrine-of-social-justice-warriors/

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  58. Yoda says:

    Forty year old women “compromise” they do?
    Or forty year old women “settle” they do?
    Which percentage for each I do wonder.

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  59. In an article at Therulesrevisited.com, the blogger says that if a woman is in her 30s and wants to be married but isn’t, she’s doing something wrong. The first time I read that it sounded harsh but after thinking about it, I’d say he’s right. She’s either staying in dead end relationships too long, or not looking seriously herself, or she’s doing something that’s putting her in the “not marriage material” camp. Many young women are advised to put marriage off until their 30s and to focus on career instead, but what they aren’t told is that the pool of available marriage minded guys is shrinking rapidly in the meantime. Kind of like musical chairs. If she only starts looking at 30-35, she’ll be in a panic to beat the clock, and liable to “settle” and marry someone she doesn’t truly want to spend a lifetime with (even if she swears so at the time.) not good. People who advise women to wait too long and “play the field” or whatnot are seriously leading these gals astray.

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  60. And by 40, it’s really late then. Not that people don’t marry or remarry at that age, but with age comes complexity (divorce, children, other commitments and ties) that make finding a marriage partner even more complicated. Much, much more complicated than at in the 20s…

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  61. @ spawny I checked in on Ton via his blog mid Jan and he posted then she was busy taking someone to court who had taken him for 100k. I don’t know who would be stupid enough to do that to someone like Ton but hopefully that’s getting sorted out? :/ that’s the last I heard…

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  62. Yoda says:

    How to kiss need to know one does.

    The University of Southern California held a “Consent Carnival” on Thursday to try and teach students how to have sex under the new intrusive and authoritarian “affirmative consent” standards. These standards mandate that sex be more of a contractual agreement than a passionate act, requiring students to engage in a question-and-answer session for every type of sexual activity, even hand-holding and kissing.

    One of the booths featured at the carnival was a “kissing booth,” which provided students with a five-step checklist to kissing someone without sexually assaulting

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/five-steps-to-kiss-someone-without-sexually-assaulting-them/article/2581841

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  63. Tarnished says:

    In an article at Therulesrevisited.com, the blogger says that if a woman is in her 30s and wants to be married but isn’t, she’s doing something wrong. The first time I read that it sounded harsh but after thinking about it, I’d say he’s right.

    Quite right. There’s very little reason for a woman to not be able to find a good suitor by the time she is 25 or so, especially if she is open and honest with her desire to be wed/have kids in the dating process.

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  64. Tarnished says:

    I retract my previous all-clear for JtO

    I have too much respect for you as a friend to say I told you so, Spawny. But c’mon mate… :/ 😦

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  65. Yoda says:

    Missouri,

    First, a great university needs well-qualified students and the financial resources to hire and retain top faculty. Capitulating to the protesters has impaired Mizzou’s ability to secure both.

    Not surprisingly, applications are down significantly. According to a leaked internal memorandum, undergraduate applications for the 2016-17 term dropped by five percent from the previous year. Graduate applications fell a whopping 19 percent.

    In particular, applications from students with high ACT scores (30 or above) were down 7.7 percent, and the number of African-American applicants plummeted by 19 percent.

    While numerous factors affect application numbers from year to year, it’s hard to believe that last fall’s widely publicized protests aren’t largely to blame for the decline.

    With fewer applicants to choose from, particularly at the top end, Mizzou’s incoming class is almost sure to be less qualified than its predecessor.

    The application numbers also portend financial difficulties for the university. The drop in undergraduate applications was entirely from out-of-state applicants. A substantial reduction in out-of-state students, who pay much more in tuition than do Missouri residents, will impair the university’s financing.

    There’s almost no chance that state funding will offset the shortfall in tuition receipts. Many Missouri voters believe that the protesters’ demands—e.g., that the president of the four-campus system be fired because of a few isolated racist incidents over which he had no control—were unreasonable. When faculty, coaches, and staff endorsed those demands and feckless administrators capitulated, no one from the university would speak reason for fear of being called a racist.

    Voters have lost confidence in the institution and legislators have responded predictably. Many of them are threatening to reduce the university’s funding for next year.

    If enrollment drops and the legislature reduces state support, the university will have to raise more money from private donors or cut spending. While data on Mizzou’s post-protest fundraising aren’t yet available, the frequency with which remarks like “I’ll never give another dime to that school” are heard suggests that the former outcome is unlikely. Budget cuts are almost certainly coming, and Mizzou’s academic offerings will suffer.

    Second, free speech and open inquiry will suffer.

    http://www.popecenter.org/commentaries/article.html

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  66. Spawny Get says:

    Stop the press!!!

    Dave done good

    Cameron Secures Leftover Sandwiches For UK

    DAVID Cameron has negotiated a deal allowing Britain to keep any leftover sandwiches from EU meetings, he has announced.

    Ministers attending EU discussions will now be allowed to collect uneaten sandwiches, crisps and items of fruit and take them home in a carrier bag for the British public to enjoy.

    The prime miniser said: “Our total lack of progress on benefits and sovereignty is more than compensated for by our resounding success with sandwiches.

    “Initially they were saying we could just have the tuna ones but I toughed it out and now we’ve got all the remaining flavours including prawns, which are the most expensive ingredient.

    “I’ve vowed to keep fighting Britain’s corner in Brussels. Next time I’m going to demand we get a guaranteed share of mini satay chicken skewers, because those always get eaten first.

    “Have a cheese and ham one before the pickle makes the bread go soggy.”

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  67. Yoda says:

    All forgiven it is.
    Sammiches the key it would be

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  68. Yoda says:

    Hillary,

    “I think a lot of it with Hillary Clinton has to do with style and delivery, oddly enough,” Woodward said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “She shouts. There is something unrelaxed about the way she is communicating.”

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/article/2582265

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  69. Spawny Get says:

    It must be unrelaxing to know that whenever you start speaking, everybody within earshot’s lie detector goes mental. I guess it’s a karma kind of deal.

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  70. Yoda says:

    Sign at the next presidential primary this is,

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  71. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Mickey Mouse ears on Che Guevara???

    Not that John the Other didn’t go full retard, with all the reports coming out of Europe, it does seem as if the migrants have to stay very busy.

    Of couse Dave “North Pole Penguin” wants to save the tuna sandwiches.

    Yoda,
    There is a cost to bad press. Univ. of Va. went through something similar in the wake of the Rolling Stone hoax.

    Bloom,
    Whie Deti says that it should be as easy for a woman as falling off a log, women should be looking and seriously at any age. I was going to say something about how much harder it is for those who are older but, young men have seen enough at second hand to make them wary too.

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  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    That’s for Hillary?!?! Yikes!

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  73. Yoda says:

    The manufacturers of a pioneering video game controller that doubles as a virtual reality male sex toy have pulled it off the market after being swamped by demand.

    VirtuaDolls is a system which allows hi-tech heavy breathers to strap on a VR helmet, sleep with simulated women and be pleasured by a device which responds to on-screen eroticism.

    This could, for instance, allow gamers to watch a cyber-siren twerking whilst the silicon sex toy pulsates in time with her every gyration.

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/technology-science/technology/virtual-reality-male-sex-toy-7299079

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  74. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I would call that a successful product launch.

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  75. Farm Boy says:

    I would call that a successful product launch.

    Things are looking up.
    All they have to do is “go with the flow”
    Though they must be careful, as business comes in spurts

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  76. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    All kidding aside, do you think that women have any concept of the significance of this new product line?

    In the Middle Ages women had power. There were no restaurants or TV dinners. They cooked all the food. They brewed all the beer.

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  77. Tarnished says:

    All kidding aside, do you think that women have any concept of the significance of this new product line?

    *shrug* I’d buy one that worked with my bits. Not gonna condemn guys who want to take care of their needs digitally.

    As for if women are going to claim it’s misogynistic? I think the only ones worried about that are the type who bring nothing but pussy to a potential relationship.

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  78. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    Forgive the expression but, it’s coming.
    There are women objecting to this and trying to enact legislation before we know what form this will take. You are unique but, Team Woman is all up in arms about this. They like having their hand on the faucet of sex.

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  79. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    You’re all right but, it says something that a “cinnamon roll” like me has deep suspicions of the collective female.

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  80. Tarnished says:

    Then maybe they shouldn’t tax the flow from said faucet so heavily.

    And by that, I’m not saying women can’t have standards of any kind or should be forced to sleep with guys they truly do not find attractive whatsoever. But they could be less picky and more realistic regarding their SMV instead of chasing the top men…or using sexual favors as tools rather than an intimate/relaxing action.

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  81. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    News from Roosh.

    http://www.rooshv.com/announcement-the-meetup-on-february-6-is-cancelled

    While he is giving details, this has to be serious.

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  82. Tarnished says:

    Tarn,
    You’re all right but, it says something that a “cinnamon roll” like me has deep suspicions of the collective female.

    I know, Fuzzie. 😦
    *offers virtual hugs* 🙇

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  83. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    There is a fine line betwen dealing aggressively and being greedy. While men see that was crossed long ago, women don’t.

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  84. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bear hug righ back at you!

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  85. Cill says:

    [WC PLEASE (Choicy and Cillo will soon be flush with a post]

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  86. Yoda says:

    Good to have additional posts it is.

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  87. Yoda says:

    Many.visible slots for posts there should be

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  88. Cill says:

    Damn, WordPress has pulled the chain on the WC. Comments are Closed.

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  89. Farm Boy says:

    Gee, I was just heading to the water closet

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  90. Cill says:

    Choicy and I will launch forth on our bold and daring mission tonight and write our post tomorrow. Choicy will remain here for comments on a weekender post. Okay we schedule for Saturday 6th?

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  91. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn!!!!
    Fluffle Poof makes me so happy!

    WC=Winston Churchill?

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  92. Yoda says:

    Weekender slot now available it is

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  93. molly says:

    YO! Choicy is on the way! 😀
    I’ve bought a cocktail waitress outfit to wear as their beer waitress lol

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  94. molly says:

    I got my George Thorogood all ready to go, Yo! Soon Choicy’s in town 🙂

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  95. molly says:

    Fuzzie Dubya, HI !!!!
    Hey shouldn’t u be in 🐻 hibernation? Food for when you wake up:
    🌯 🌯 🌯 🌯

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  96. molly says:

    Like my mum when she shook my shoulder and said “are u awake?”
    Like, well I am now u silly mum

    Fuzzie! (shake shake)
    You awake?
    (heh heh)
    (run and hide) 😛

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  97. molly says:

    I think Fuzzie will be fierce if wakened up…or interrupted when eating. Must be careful, eh. 😉

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  98. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly! 🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄
    How will Choicy get anything done while you are wearing a cocktail waitress uniform?

    Tarn,
    Would you pass along a messafe to Fluffle?

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  99. molly says:

    Sumo brow bump Grrrrr
    My eyes don’t blink. No bottom lids, eh.
    Heh

    The oldies all asleep they be?

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  100. molly says:

    Fuzzie I’ll try very very hard to not distract Choicy, ok? 😀

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  101. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    Sumo may still be at work. He’s seven hours behind Spawny. What brings you here so early?

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  102. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    You may have to blindfold him. 🙂

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  103. molly says:

    It is 4:25 pm Thursday here Fuzzie. 🐻 My boss let me off early.. 😉

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  104. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly,
    I think your boss likes you.
    The thought of the Rainbow Furby in a cocktail uniform is a little jarring to me. You’re just fine as the Rainbow Furby.

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  105. molly says:

    Fuzzie I was joking. I’m my own boss lol

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  106. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Then, I hope that your boss never gets mad at you.

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  107. Tarnished says:

    Fluffle Puff has received and filed your message, Fuzzie.

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  108. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    I feel like dancing.

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  109. Sumo says:

    Molls, honey, we’ve discussed this before – you can’t run around calling out my name. I doubt your boytoy would appreciate that. 😉

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  110. Oops, I guess this is the latest thread so I should have posted my new post here: https://notesfromaredpillgirl.com/2016/02/04/i-want-to-be-a-mom/
    🙂

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  111. Yoda says:

    Wesley Crusher feels the Bern of Hillary he does,

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/361348.php

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  112. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post

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  113. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Wesley Crusher could take a page out of Olive Oyl’s book and say “Phooie!”
    As in “Phooie to Youie!” to Hillary.

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