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[–] Empress [S] 0 points 25 points (+25|-0) ago 

Church, gun-clubs, group activities.

Go to the same service at the same church a few times and the Aunties will notice an eligible bachelor and bring their nieces. Also, church potlucks and picnics are a good place to check out. You don't have to be a Christian to go to church, just let people know that you're keeping an open mind. The man that runs our Bible study wasn't a Christian when he met his wife (the woman who helps me in with my own spiritual battles-she's incredible).

I also recommend that men seeking good wives join a gun club even if they don't know how to shoot yet. Let the old men teach you and get to know you. After they've learned what a great guy you are and how willing you are to learn, they'll likely be open to introducing you to their single daughters/granddaughters. They'll probably just invite you over for supper after shooting and the single girls will just happen to be there. These girls have been red-pilled on the 2A their whole lives and will be less likely to nag you over your growing gun collection.

Join clubs- book clubs, hiking clubs, gardening groups...really, any club that is about self-improvement. Trad Women are all about self-improvement so a baking class or fermenting class isn't a bad idea either.

I met my husband online on OKCupid years ago. It was my first time online dating and I screened for unmarried Christian men and he showed up. We were married six months later and neither of us have any regrets.


[–] lorlipone 0 points 18 points (+18|-0) ago 

I'm not christian at all, but I've been seriously considering going to church lately. Generally positive environment, generally good people, events that don't revolve around getting drunk, and women who don't glorify things like twerking. I can keep my mouth shut about my skepticism in exchange.


[–] Empress [S] 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago 

I can keep my mouth shut about my skepticism in exchange.

You don't have to, just couch it politely. People in the church aren't scared of being questioned- they welcome it.


[–] 9-11 3 points 3 points (+6|-3) ago 

Church is half of "Church and State". But lying to a potential mate there about your jew status wont go unnoticed.


[–] kitnaht 3 points -3 points (+0|-3) ago 

Join a hackerspace. Same thing. Except not centered around imaginary friends.


[–] MisterWings 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I did Eharmony because I was living in New York City at the time and trying to find a woman there who didn't view you as a 5-year retirement program is tough. Our first official date was at her parent's church and we were married 6 months later.