Dr. Susan vs. Dr. Laura: My husband is sad!

Hey there, what do you do if your husband gets a pay cut and is sad about it? Make sure he knows that as long as he is manly manly man man manly taking care of you in a manly way, nothing else matters! This is taken from Dr. Laura’s YouTube channel. Read More Dr. Susan vs. Dr. Laura: My husband is sad!

Dr. Tigress vs. Dr. Laura: I’m husbandless with stupid friends!

Yeah, my name is now Tigress. What. I’m like a tiger! Just more ladylike. It’s still me, though.

This week, Dr. Laura has advice for a woman who is anxious to get married. Read More Dr. Tigress vs. Dr. Laura: I’m husbandless with stupid friends!

Dr. Susan vs. Dr. Laura: Surviving Infidelity

Another week, another interesting set of beliefs by Dr. Laura. This week, we actually sort of agree. In the big picture. But the devil is in the details, right? The topic: infidelity. This is taken from Dr. Laura’s blog, which I would advise staying away from in general unless you have a strong stomach. Read More Dr. Susan vs. Dr. Laura: Surviving Infidelity

Dr. Susan vs. Dr. Laura: Get Back into the Kitchen, Wench

Oh, Dr. Laura. Even though you haven’t updated your YouTube site recently, a browse through your archives shows me that I will never run out of material to go up against.

This week: How could I resist something called “Home Should Represent True Fulfillment for Women“? Since this is a blog post, I’m going to look at excerpts rather than the whole thing at once.

“The feminist movement has attempted to deconstruct the family under the guise that gender isn’t significant for women, child-rearing, and the quality of their marriages. As a result, women feel guilty for yearning to raise their own children.”

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Dr. Susan vs. Dr. Laura: Can I Do Manly Things While My Husband is Away?

The following was taken from Dr. Laura’s website. Have questions you want somebody that isn’t Dr. Laura to answer? Ask me!

The question: “My husband is going on vacation for 2 weeks and, as a surprise for him while he’s gone, I’m planning on having some work done to our home…fix the floor, remodel, trim the trees and bushes, etc. I was going to have family help with these things to keep costs down. I have previously mentioned the things to him that I plan to do. He works long hours 6 days a week so I can stay home with our 14 month old baby. I love him and appreciate his hard work and thought this would be a nice way to help him out with things that he doesn’t have time for. Do you think that this is a good idea?” Read More Dr. Susan vs. Dr. Laura: Can I Do Manly Things While My Husband is Away?

Dr. Susan vs. Dr. Laura: Why can’t we go back to the good old days? AKA: Feminism causes date rape.

[Trigger warning for discussion of rape.]

Do not click to open this unless you are prepared to get really, really angry. It’s bad, guys.

The following was taken from Dr. Laura’s website. Have questions you want somebody that isn’t Dr. Laura to answer? Ask me!

The question: “Should I have a conversation with my 29-year-old daughter regarding her relationship with a 50-year-old man? I’ve actually expected her to bring it up. Do you have pros and cons to help me give her some fatherly advice regarding the challenges if she asks for it?” Read More Dr. Susan vs. Dr. Laura: Why can’t we go back to the good old days? AKA: Feminism causes date rape.

Dr. Susan vs. Dr. Laura: My husband’s friend is a sluuuuuut. Do I have to go to the baby shower?

And, here we go again. Brace yourselves, Persephoneers, it’s a doozy.

The following was taken from Dr. Laura’s website. Have any questions you want somebody that isn’t Dr. Laura to answer? Ask me!

The question: “Recently, my husband’s best friend knocked up his ‘shack-up honey’ after dating her for three months. This is his first child, her third and all her kids have different dads. A few people are throwing a baby shower for the girlfriend. I refuse to go and don’t want to even give them a gift since this does not seem like a ‘joyous arrival’ to be celebrating under these circumstances. I am being criticized for my stance from several others and even from my husband. How should I handle their negative remarks? Or am I in the wrong, and I should give a gift at the baby shower?” Read More Dr. Susan vs. Dr. Laura: My husband’s friend is a sluuuuuut. Do I have to go to the baby shower?