Christian Gender Stereotypes Prevent Singles From Marrying – Re: Hunger Games

Christian Gender Stereotypes Prevent Singles From Marrying – Re Hunger Games

Many Christian singles have said online that gender stereotypes is one thing that is keeping them single, even though they want to be married. I’ve also seen this brought up in books by Christian singles that discuss singleness.

Here’s a web page that addresses one aspect of Christian gender stereotypes:

(Link Now Removed): What The Hunger Games Taught Me (and the Church Should Have) about Men

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Related posts, this blog:

How Christians Keep Christians Single part 2 – The Unmarried Movie

Christian Teachings on Relationships: One Reason Singles Are Remaining Single (even if they want to get married)

How Christians Keep Christians Single (part 3) – Restrictive Gender Roles Taught as Biblical

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5 thoughts on “Christian Gender Stereotypes Prevent Singles From Marrying – Re: Hunger Games”

  1. By the way, I have no idea why my gravatar looks so creepy (and kind of angry). I didn’t set it up that way, so please don’t interpret it as a reflection of my attitude toward you. 🙂

  2. Christian Pundit, I know this isn’t the right place to put this request, but I couldn’t find an email address or another way to contact you. I’m happy for you to link to my blog and hope you and your readers find my posts helpful and though-provoking. I do ask that you not post more than 200 words of my posts on your own blog. Feel free to post up to 200 words of each post and link to my blog for readers to read the rest of the post. Thanks! –Amy Simpson

      1. I did see that, thank you. I would appreciate if you would use only 200 words of each article on your blog. For the first second article, I appreciate that you didn’t print the entire article, but you did print most of it, more than I would like. For the second, you printed the entire article. Again, I totally appreciate that you credited me and linked to my blog. My request is that you decrease the number of words you’re reprinting from my blog and link over to let readers finish reading the article on my blog. Thanks!

    1. I will delete both. I already deleted all of the one but for a link, but I will eventually delete the link, then the entire post, so this won’t be an issue.

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