Remember the purpose of chivalry: to be a gentleman in a world of bros.
One man tries to make sense of our modern version of chivalry.
Do you still open car doors, walk on the street side of the sidewalk, carry her over puddles?
This comment was by Mark on the post “Should Men Be Chivalrous Anymore” by Dale Thomas Vaughn.
In a world where women have fought and earned more rightful equality (though there is more to accomplish on that front) – is chivalry necessary or even ethical anymore?
Chivalry is NOT dead, it’s merely evolving. Nate Bagley and the BIC Flex5 razor help you #SmoothUp your moves.
To be “the man” in a relationship, you need to own your part of it, not hers or his.
Megan Ainsworth has a problem with romantic comedies and the values they instill.
This comment of the day is by Aubri on the post “Yes, Chivalry and Equality CAN Co-Exist”.
Caveat emptor! What your mother never told you about being in a relationship but, Dr. Steve will.
Arshiah Parween would like you to know it’s the little things she loves about men.
James M. Sama debunks the myth that women’s equality means chivalry has to die… it’s quite the opposite, in fact.
These magic chivalrous acts take you from man to gentleman.
From expecting guys to pick up the tab to asking women to be “sexy” but not “sexual”, Joanna Schroeder is sick of the hypocrisy.