“History must be filtered through presentism to (1) maintain the status quo, or (2) enable progressive social engineering.” Another outstanding article by Doug Mortimer.
Norman Mailer’s life was an object lesson for all men.
Doug Mortimer reviews the Hollywood classic, ‘It’s a Wonderful Life” from a red pill perspective.
Doug Mortimer muses on the Miss America pageant of the past and today
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.