Is Anatomy Destiny?

Taller guys have longer dicks, according to research. Also, taller guys with bigger penises have happier lives, according to other research. Women tend to prefer guys with longer Johnsons, says still other research. Since basketball players are tall, we can then assume they have the tallest penises and get the most women.

To put it all together, taller guys with longer penises get more women and are happier. Basketball players, who tend to be taller than other men, are the happiest men. This also implies that shorter guys with, say, nubs for penises, get fewer women. And hence one might infer that soccer players, with average-sized penises, get fewer women, are less happy.

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Toxic Masculinity and Toxic Femininity

For six decades women have been telling men what they are. At the beginning of the second wave, in the late 1960s, they began calling men sexists. Later they added misogynists and male chauvinists. These terms meant that men were prejudiced against women, hated women and were conceited about their maleness. Feminist writing was drenched with these three epithets and they took men by surprise.

At first men tried laugh these names off. This initial wave of fierce warriors seemed to come out of nowhere, and they were suddenly shouting down men in public meetings, lectures, parks, on television and practically everywhere they gathered. Soon men could no longer laugh off the words or the feminists who said the words.

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What Kind of Woman Do Men Kill?

Mollie Tibbett was a young college student who was murdered on July 2018. She was only twenty when she was allegedly shot down by Christhian Bahena Rivera. She was a young woman at her prime of beauty. She was a sweet person who loved being alive and was happy with herself and had everything to live for.

Reading about her murder and seeing her picture all over the internet got me to thinking. Was Tibbett an example of the type of woman that disturbed males are prone to killing? As I researched this question, I was able to settle on several traits that seem to fit the profile of the typical target of the typical killer of women.

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Constructive and Destructive Dialogue

Most health professionals understand the difference between constructive and destructive communication. Constructive communication fosters healthy relationships, destructive communication fosters unhealthy relationships.

Unfortunately, it seems that most people today use destructive communication. This is evident in working with couples in couple’s therapy. Couples usually come to sessions and begin communicating in their standard way, which is in a destructive way. They blame each other for the problems in their relationship, accuse each other, yell at each other, guilt-trip each other and berate each other.

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