Beating That Debt Free Tattoo Free Virgin Dead Horse Yet Again!

Beating That Debt Free Tattoo Free Virgin Dead Horse Yet Again! February 7, 2020

Lori Alexander of The Transformed Wife is busy over at her Instagram trying desperately to go viral again with her ideas of no education, no debt, no tattoos and no nookie. She’s very slightly retooled it to add having long hair and being thin being Godly as well. More Lori fat shaming. Oh brother! None of this nonsense is mentioned in the Bible as the only way to be a Godly wife. I guess that’s better than the words at her blog written by her and Ken this morning comparing President Donald J. Trump to King David, trying to say that our bloviating, grinning, disgraceful leader is also a man after God’s own heart. More like God’s own fart.

Sorry, Lori, but the girls I have known in my Quiverfull years that were actually all of those things didn’t exactly have piles of men beating down their doors demanding matrimony.  In fact, I just saw one of them I knew from middle school age who is now in her late 30s bemoaning the lack of men. Besides, if this were really true someone would have found a way to market it. We would see oodles of conferences on how to do this, workshops, self-help groups. There would be magazines and books dedicated to it.

Especially if this really attracted “High quality men”  Most of the guys in Lori’s orbit that she supports are pretty much the type you might decide are just a bunch of angry sub-dudes, not the high earning alpha guys that many women seem to want.

Yet again Lori tries to make her own personal preferences the same as God’s and promote them as the only way. I look at the women of the Bible and I see a prostitute in the family line of Jesus. I see a lady that put a tent peg through a man’s skull. I see someone else considered very Godly who owned and ran a business, and so many others that just do not fit in Loris little limiting narrow boundaries.

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  • nmgirl

    What is a “high quality” man?

  • Aloha 2

    A high-quality man (adjectives get hyphenated. But we’ll hardly be surprised at grammar errors in Lori’s writing)
    Is one who wants a tattoo-free virjen eager for motherhood.

    He wants:
    — a girl with long hair (apparently not a Black girl),
    — a girl with naturally clear skin (no expensive treatments for acne),
    — and of course, “a girl,” who is still young enough to be called “girl.”

  • Tawreos

    Why is a christian woman trying to tell christian men what they have to like in a woman? She must be because in telling women what they must be she is limiting what a christian man can like. Isn’t that a sin in her world? Someone should tell her before she keeps committing the sin and wind up in perdition.

  • Tawreos

    One that will put up with a woman that sabotages her birth control to get the life she wants to live and is content to let that same woman spend her life judging people online in direct violation of the bible they claim to love.

  • Tawreos

    I am pretty sure that any woman that is unmarried will fall into the category of girl.

  • Astreja

    I think she’s already in perdition, one of her own making.

  • Astreja

    Oh, drat — I hit all the bullet points, except the V-word (no debt, no tattoos, manage the household quite nicely, long hair, and considerably stronger and fitter than most of my peers, but I do have a daughter.)

    Good thing the “high-quality man” is my idea of bottom-of-the-barrel. Rather be alone — or have thirty cats. 😀

  • Raging Bee

    What the AF does she know about “high-quality men” anyway? It’s not like her husband is all that wunnerful a catch…

  • Saraquill

    How many of those bullet points did Lori match when she got married? Unless this is a stealth way of saying Ken is low quality…

  • Saraquill

    I’d rather be a N4sty Woman.

  • Astreja

    *high fives Saraquill*

  • TheSweetgirl79

    Amen

  • AFo

    If a man is going to be turned off by my Master’s degree, he’s not the kind of man that I want anyway. True “quality” partners accept each other for who they are and celebrate each other’s accomplishments.

  • persephone

    She’s reached the age where her kids are out of the house, her husband avoids her, and I would bet the women at whatever church they attend treat her like she has leprosy. From her postings, it seems she has no friends, her family is moving away or dying off, and she’s rattling around a mostly empty house with not much to do. She’s begging for attention, any attention, even attention from men who should probably be locked up for the safety of society. She’s in a bubble, with a husband and house and no financial cares or children, so she has no problem being abusive and hateful to other women if she gets men fawning over her. I’m pretty sure Ken is just fine with it, because it’s that much less time he has to deal with her.

  • persephone

    A year ago, I’d lost almost all my hair, and I’ve just gotten back to it starting to reach my shoulders. But that’s about as far as I’ll go. I hate spending more time than necessary on it.

  • Astreja

    I’m actually considering a short haircut at the moment to even out my hair colour a bit (there’s an ongoing battle between artificial white, natural white and natural brown).

    *shakes fist at hair follicles* Finish turning white, already!

  • persephone

    Over the last hear and a half, my hair turned white as it fell out. Then it started growing back in mostly a mix of blonde and gray. Now, it’s a mix of dark blonde, ashy brown, gray, and white. I’m with you: just pick a color!

  • HematitePersuasion

    I just feel sorry for that poor horse, that’s all.

  • Jennifer

    Whooa, I ‘d never heard of that study group but it is VERY telling and revelatory about these kinds of guys. Excellent comment!

  • DoctorDJ
  • B.A.

    x2!

  • Freodin

    Perhaps she really meant a high quality man?
    I have no idea what a quality man is… but he would have to be rather high to take advice from Lori.

    😉

  • SAO

    And, of course, women like attractive, debt-free men who have domestic skills and want to be fathers. Who are, in addition, intelligent, considerate and treat women as equals. A decent income doesn’t hurt.

    The red pills Lori follows are none of the above.

  • bekabot

    The horse is in a Better Place, Hematite. The horse has nothing to worry about.

  • persephone

    They seem to have an upper age limit of 24. Any woman older than that is too old for these lechs.

  • Madison Blane

    At least you’d get some genuine selfless affection and appreciation from the cats! And I’m sure the cats would be easier to manage – BY FAR.

  • Madison Blane

    My husband loves my fuzzy shaved head and my stubby-chubby frog legs. But I guess men who prefer not-Lori aren’t going to make her list of “high quality men” (whatever that means). Even though I’m pretty sure she’d be consumed with jealousy at the effort my husband has put into caring for my crippled self, who can do little more than keep him company in return.

    All of Lori’s advice boils down to How To Be Used For Filth By Some Trashjuice Limbaughtomized Meninist. HARDPASS.

  • Astreja

    At one point in my Crazy Cat Lady days, which fortunately had a mere nine cats in the household, our deaf white fluffy dude Ludwig would get taken for walks on a leash. It was not uncommon for several of the younger cats to troop along behind us, commenting on interesting things (their mum was Siamese, so they had rather chatty genes).

  • Madison Blane

    Major caveat: Red-pillers have it wrong in every way, but especially when it comes to looks. There is an excessively wide range of what women consider ‘attractive’. Steve Buschemi, Adam Driver, Adrien Brody, and Forest Whitaker are not well paid simply for their popularity among men or sought simply for their acting skills. And Obama may joke about his big ears, but if reactions to a photo posted this week are any indication, they aren’t holding him back in ladies’ favor. I’m partial to Edward Norton; Magic Mike does nothing for me. I think Billy Bob Thornton has aged beautifully and his smile is charming. But there is no amount of money or symmetrical features that makes me want to be near a man who has a repulsive attitude. The Baldwins and Crock-a-Duck Cameron illustrate the point perfectly. The man I married gets told he looks like Lance Armstrong. My ‘type’, if I have one, is that — contrary to received wisdom about height and how it relates to attractiveness — I mostly tended to date short dudes and I like one who is neatly groomed and can dress himself. Beyond that, personality counts quite a bit.

    Also: Decent income doesn’t hurt but dedication and reliability matters more, regardless of profession. I don’t care where he works, I care that he contributes when and where he is able. And that comes out of respect.