Liberal woman dating a conservative christian man

“He said ‘I’m so appalled, I can’t even look at you! So, Courtenay left the restaurant, knowing that the tolerance brigade had struck again. Liberal women are just as guilty, as my friend Josh found out. She didn’t care about the things they had in common that had sparked their mutual interest in each other in the first place. Perhaps this is the new reality for conservatives given how much of our culture has been politicized since the recent election.

They do not feel compelled to lug around a basketful of s for being an American, unlike the overburdened worldview of, say, Lena Dunham, millennial poster-child for all-in supporters of Hillary, the creative force behind HBO’s “Girls.” Here’s some actual dialogue from a recent episode: That Shoshona is played by Zosia Mamet (charmingly), the daughter of celebrated playwright David Mamet, who not too long ago nailed his 95 conservative theses to the door of the Progressive Church of Hollywood, might make for some interesting dinner conversation, but, in any event, carrying around this sort of self-perception as an American has got to be exhausting.

That’s what you get for straying from the approved (i.e. All might be fair in love and war, but too much political warfare ruins dating.

Liberals on the dating scene would do well to set politics aside (at least for a few dates) and give their more conservative peers a chance.

It’s not that a lot of attractive women, for some reason, find their way to conservative views; it’s that something about holding conservative views causes women—all women, across the spectrum—to become particularly attractive.

Put another way, maybe what I’m noticing is simply women who have been liberated by their worldview to be who they are, uniquely and confidently, unabashedly and apologetically, unencumbered by the politically correct constraints imposed on women of the Left, and the result is a kind of essential womanhood that, far from being oppressive, as the Left would have it, is instead, miraculous and quintessential, and, you could say, God-given.