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In , Rand defines love as “a command to rise.” Let love elevate you — and your partner — to be worthy of each other and your ideals.
Rule #3: Don’t date men who surround themselves with losers.
“Tell me what a woman finds sexually attractive and I will tell you her entire philosophy of life.
Show me the man she sleeps with and I will tell you her valuation of herself.” I’ve changed the gender from the above passage in , because it offered me — and all women — the opportunity to take a look at how our sexual choices stack up against our fundamental convictions, and provides us the opportunity to reevaluate both.
Worried he’s in love with an idealized image of you?
Mega-strike by spending less time with him, and consider dating other men.Through this late-night, lovelorn lens, I formulated a radically new approach to dating that applies the principles of Ayn Rand’s philosophy to women’s most common dating challenges.Who better to help us set standards, define boundaries and reject fantasy thinking than the woman who founded Objectivism?He can be the most handsome man, the most fabulous lover, the most attentive partner, the most witty companion, but if you don’t admire him (not his biceps or bank account, but him as a person ), the relationship is doomed to fail. Ask yourself, would you be proud to introduce him at your college reunion?Do you listen to him recount his day and feel a warm glow of pride?
A man can admire your spirit, your qualities, your way.