Conservatives continue their habit of advocating marriage without bothering to acknowledge the enormous risks on men in the current environment. Mark Trueblood takes Ross Douthat to task for being yet another ideologue who offers incentives but shame and punishment.
What does it take to achieve gender equality? Certainly, a lot of old school ways have to go, including society’s former expectations of women. But what of men? It seems that men deciding that chivalry and courtship are at the top of their list for a ride to the dump. Good riddance.
The accusation of group culpability (Patriarchy) is often leveled at men, but what about when women are at fault? Equality means that everyone accepts responsibility — or, everyone dodges it.
Justice. Most people respect it. Social: hard to live without some aspect of being social and caring about the society or societies you’re a part of. Warrior: can be bad, can be honorable. Put all three together and you get a mixture of prejudice and hatred, as Mark Trueblood demonstrates.
Men only care about sex, and women are cows right? That apparently is the deep reasoning of conservative defenders of marriage. Mark Trueblood says WTF?
After years of satirizing violence against males Cosmopolitan Magazine has published an article declaring it no longer supports violence against males. This continues the growing practice by mainstream publications of breaking with feminist doctrine. Judging by the trend 2013 is shaping up to be a big year for the Men’s Human Rights Movement!
Perhaps one of the greatest tragedies of the modern sexual zeitgeist is that we have lost track of the fundamentals. The things we learned as children that informed us of how to get along, with ourselves and others, seem to have been unlearned. Mark Trueblood offers a refresher course in humanity.
Whether you are man or woman, what is your morality about competing for the attentions of possible partners? What are your values? Mark Trueblood examines the ethics of scoring and the necessity for social consciousness — even in the cutthroat world of scoring.
Of all publications, the New York Times seems to have woken up and recognized that men being marginalized out of the lives of their children is having a deleterious effect on society. So what is there answer? Well, more misandry, of course. Facepalm.
The great failing of many women is that they have not learned that three hours of nagging is not foreplay. Is anyone surprised we are starting to see them blog about men losing sexual interest?