Doug Mortimer finds that those with a penchant for complaint are not easily satisfied.
An informative look at David Riesman’s book “The Lonely Crowd; a Study of the Changing American Character” and it’s timeless relevance to today’s MGTOW.
Doug Mortimer deconstructs the social construct of ‘equality’.
Sometimes there’s an optimal place of enjoyment between marrying women and completely shunning them. Man going his own way, Doug Mortimer talks about the femme friendzone.
A brutal articulation of a man’s worth.
All-male educational environments are relics of a bygone era. Doug Mortimer reflects on the pros and cons for boys.
Experiencing triumph, even by proxy, boosts testosterone levels. Doug Mortimer considers what this means for social structure.
95% of the world’s best poker players are dumber than the final 5 % because vagina. Doug Mortimer explains.
Tattoos are forever and can cost a lot more than the tattoo artist’s fee. Why do so many women get them? Doug Mortimer ponders the question.
Living the single life does not come without a downside, but as Doug Mortimer suggests the worst-case scenario for bachelorhood may be no match for the dramas of its wedlock counterpart.