Quoting Quiverfull: Part 2 – Stop Making My 12 Year Old Stare?

by Matthew Jacobson from MatthewLJacobson.com - Modesty and What My 12 Year Old Son Has to do With How You Dressed TodayEditor's note: So typical that this guy makes it all about the wrong choices of everyone else instead of trying to teach his son not to stare, to take responsibility for where his eyes and thoughts roam. This type of thinking only continues to drive Rape Culture, treating women like objects to ejaculate to and men into little more than beasts unable to control their sex drives. Every woman in the world is not responsible for this kid's struggle with purity! … [Read more...]

NLQ Question of the Week: How do You Stop Worrying About Hell?

This is a new series we have started running on Thursdays. Examining some of the questions involving long held Quiverfull theology and life.This week's is a tiny bit different. This is a question that came in from a lady through our Facebook page. She wants to know how you deal with getting over a fear of Hell. Any reader advice would be welcomed. Thanks in advance. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Part 1 – Stop Making My 12 Year Old Stare?

by Matthew Jacobson from MatthewLJacobson.com - Modesty and What My 12 Year Old Son Has to do With How You Dressed TodayEditor's note: Mr. Jacobson started off his essay bemoaning the 'I'll wear whatever I feel like' movement, that is obviously some sort of backlash against the slut-shaming of the purity crowd. It is prime bikini season right now, which means it's also prime Evangelical pearl-clutching and slut-shaming over clothing choices season. For once the Duggar family's idea of shouting 'Nike' so that all the boys will stare at their shoes instead of revealed female flesh feels about a million times healthier than this dad's ranting. A quick warning about his site, just going … [Read more...]

Tonight Facebook Live Video – Chapter 3 ‘What are you Doing’?

At 7 pm est I will be discussing and reading Chapter 3 of Vaughn Ohlman's book 'What are you Doing?' live in a Facebook video. Just go to our Facebook page and the live feed will pop up at 7.Tonight's chapter is one of the worst ones in the entire book as it's all about the young lady that tried to have sex on her date. Lots of squishy bad rape culture ideas ahoy. … [Read more...]

Shackled Girl: Part 7 – Sometimes ‘Home School’ is Neither

by PropinquaEditor’s note: People are wondering whether Timothy Ciboro was a “real” home-schooling parent, or whether he merely hid three children behind Ohio’s lax home-schooling laws. Either way, he avoided pesky oversight while allegedly abusing his ex-girlfriend’s daughter. It’s time for the parental rights movement within home-schooling to stop viewing injured and dead children as unfair PR problems. They need to face the abuse that happens in some home-schooling families, and work to end that abuse. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Grandma Does Not Approve Then Take Extreme Measures?

by Debi Pearl from Above Rubies - Wolf in Grandma's ClothingEditor's note: This popped up when I was searching for what the Pearl's have had to say about the LGBT community. As usual it looks like the Pearls believe that instead of discussion, heeding the feelings of others and possible compromise you go to extremes. The reality of it is that there is conflict in almost all families. No one is going to agree on things 100% of the time. It's normal. What isn't normal is not dealing in reality with family members and purposely demonizing them like this. … [Read more...]

Answering ‘Preparing To Be A Help Meet’ – How Do I Let Him Know I Don’t Like Him Anymore?

Another installment of giving better answers to the questions asked at Debi Pearl’s site message board for the book ‘Preparing To Be A Help Meet’. Many young ladies ask questions on all sorts of different subjects brought up by the book. There was just one big problem, many of the answers stray into either the outright bad and emotionally unhealthy to dangerous. Yes, typical Debi Pearl borderline abusive. Here’s what we’re going to be doing here at NLQ. Every week, once or twice a week, I’ll be posting up one of the questions from the message board and ask you, our readers, to answer that poor soul’s question in a way that is logical,  rational and the best possible solution, in other words 1 … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: No Fat Kids Allowed?

by Shoshanna Pearl Easling from No Greater Joy - Why I Don't Have Fat KidsEditor's note: This was published this very morning and as soon as my eyes fell upon the title my mouth popped open and I gagged. How horrible she is both fat shaming and parent shaming. Isn't it possible she has thin children because her husband is a lousy supporter? Is she one of the daughters living in grinding poverty with a man that either refuses to work or works very little? I will agree that it is important to teach your children nutrition and to feed them properly, but this, there are no words. Michael Pearl's abusive nature unto the next generation.  … [Read more...]

Fundraiser – James Swift Author of ‘Rusted Rhinestones’

Putting a link here for the author of the book 'Rusted Rhinestones' James Swift. Swift was forcibly taken as a young teen to one of Mack Ford's 'Pray The Gay Away' camps, beaten, abused, sodomized at the boys camp near Monroe, Louisiana. Yes, where he was is part of the whole New Bethany mess, one of the Independent Fundamentalist Baptist Church troubled teens camps where children were abused in some of the sickest ways possible.If you haven't read James' book you should. It's a great quick read - 'Rusted Rhinestones' … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Education Only to Bring Children to God?

by Nancy Campbell from Above Rubies - A Good QuestionEditor's note: Of course there's no mention of the real reason to assure your children are educated: to produce well-rounded adults fully capable of participating in society and to make sure they have marketable skills they can use to support themselves in the future. While I have no problem with people using their education to help others it seems a bit childish and naive to state that the main goal is to make them love God more. Education does not actually work like that. … [Read more...]