Woman Trying To Escape Consequences

Much has been mentioned in the manosphere about how women are always seeking a way out of the consequences of their actions, often coupled with support from willing accomplices amongst the “manginas” and white knights. One can see numerous examples of this, from the female sentencing discount to people like pastor Mark Driscoll singing the praises of the choice single mommy.

This latest example is of a 29 y/o teacher at a Christian school who got pregnant out of wedlock. The school fired her citing the “moral clause” which would require good moral behavior from each of their employees. Now its hard to believe that she, being a teacher in a Christian school, did not know that sex outside of marriage is considered to be poor moral behavior by the church. And short of spending quite a few dollars that a private school teacher is unlikely to have for IVF, sex remains the likely, indeed the only, cause of pregnancy.

Now some would take responsibility for their actions and step down quietly. For instance, John James of the Newsboys stepped down from the lead position of the band in 1997 after admitting a problem with substance abuse. There was also a young Christian female artist who stepped away from her career after either a pregnancy or admitting to sexual activity (her name escapes my mind at the moment.) Mike Trout, who was the co-host of the the Focus on the Family broadcast and widely believed to be the next in line for the show (and a very nice guy I might add), stepped down after an affair. With these examples of “doing the right thing” does this teacher take the highest path available to her? Of course not. Her reaction is to consider suing the school. And she states “We all have different views and interpretations” as if the injunction against extra-marital sex was not quite clear.

Most likely she will be assisted by an organization that would be all too happy to see a Christian group pay for the audacity to hold to a standard that is different than those of the predominant religion: secular-humanism.

Some additional links can be found at the blog Culture Campaign


4 Responses to “Woman Trying To Escape Consequences”

  1. April 17, 2012 at 11:27 PM

    Why do you hate women?

  2. 2 CC
    April 20, 2012 at 5:58 AM

    Aren’t consequences fascist or something?

  3. April 20, 2012 at 6:00 PM

    Dif, you know I just can’t help it.

    Fascism… That just might be the answer!

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