Raylan Alleman - More Catholic Than the Pope -


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What do you get when you combine fschmidt's smug patriarchal bluster, the SlutHaters' misogynistic slut-shaming, Ian Ironwood's obsession with "male dominance" and raging boner for Leave It to Beaver, Connor's hilariously skewed perception of self, and the TRUE AND HONEST Gail Connors' blinkered religiosity into a glorious Voltron of fail?

You get Raylan Alleman, by day a mild-mannered Southern CPA, by night the rickety talking head of his "counter-cultural" website, Fix the Family.

Raylan, along with his honest-to-God Stepford Wife Missy, his "man behind the curtain" co-producer/cameraman William Gil, and their combined 16(!) homeschooled children, pontificates on a heavenly host of topics, such as:
Raylan's first taste of the limelight came in 2013, when his article, 6 Reasons (+2) to NOT Send Your Daughter to College, went unfortunately viral. Some choice quotes (posted without comment):

"I share the common concern addressed to us, again mainly by angry women, that there are so many lazy men in our society. But what mystifies me is why girls continue to marry them and then live to complain about them, along with their parents. So what normally happens with this setup is that those lazy men who are looking for a mother-figure in a wife are very attracted to this responsible, organized, smart woman who has it all together along with a steady paying job with benefits.

"So if he wants to go to work he can, but if not he can always fall back on her income. Or if he “doesn’t want to have to answer to anyone” he can start his own business, and it doesn’t matter if it fails or succeeds or makes enough income because again she’s there to help. The bottom line, HE is only supplementing HER income, but he’s supposed to be the provider."

"Just think of the environment that college-age students live in. You have a heavy concentration of young people all living together without the supervision of parents at the most sexually charged state of life they will experience. How can one expect that anyone would be able to avoid these temptations, even on a Catholic college campus much less a secular one? So if it is unnecessary for one to be in a near occasion of sin, is it prudent to willingly put oneself there? This is no small matter we’re dealing with here. Is a degree worth the loss of your daughter’s purity, dignity, and soul?

"Catholic OB-GYN Dr. Kim Hardey [Editor's Note: Kim Hardey is a man] notes that a woman is naturally very observant of a man’s faults as long as she is in a platonic relationship with him. Once she becomes sexually active with him, she releases hormones that mask his faults, and she remains in a dreamy state about him. We can see why God would arrange things in such a way so that when in a proper state of holy matrimony, she would be less sensitive to his faults and thereby less tempted to be critical of him. But before marriage she should be very sensitive to the complete reality of the man she will enter into a lifetime commitment with. It is one thing to advise our daughter of this reality in ordinary situations, but placing her into an environment that will tempt her to lose this barrier is unfair to her."

"Nothing that is taught in a college curriculum is geared toward domestic homemaking. On the contrary, it is training in a very masculine role of a professional career. So there becomes a severe inner conflict in a woman when she starts trying to be a homemaker and juggle a career alongside it.

"Often when a career woman discerns the possibility of giving up her career, she faces the reality that she has had no training in homemaking and often has the thought “What would I do at home all day.” Stay-at-home mothers are actually very busy industrious women and do absolutely beautiful marvelous things. Surely the business world severely undervalues those things they do, but the value to a family is beyond monetary compensation. These abilities cannot be learned in any college."

His initial "popularity" (translate to read: arguing on Facebook threads for 100+ posts) has only spurred his zeal, churning out blog posts and videos by the dozen. He's an active presence on his channel's official Facebook page and Twitter account, and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

Have at, my Kiwis.
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So he admits the bible is sexist as all hell?
Can't be sexist because bible....because true.
Least that's how I took it.

Honestly, compared to most of the cows here, I feel this one is a different breed, no brighter but not as terrible as just terribly misguided.

disclaimer for those who care:
Not a Catholic or fan of much of it. Just how I read this guy aside baffled and amused
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