Peter Wright

Anti-Gynocentrism is the Only Anti-Feminism That Matters

Men’s Rights Advocates have often watched with bemusement as newcomers arrive declaring support for men, with a resume saying just one thing: “I’m an antifeminist,” as if that were all we needed to know. Because antifeminism and men’s rights activism is synonymous, right? That’s literally what they assume. With the resume tabled they quickly move …

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Jordan Peterson’s Map For Oedipal Men

To understand Jordan Peterson’s prescription that young men become heroes in service to the maternal principle, especially within the context of marriage, we must turn to his ideological pedigree in the formulations of Carl Jung. Jung characterized the hero archetype as bound up with what he called ‘the Great Mother archetype,’ believing that male heroism …

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Gamma Bias In The Maintenance of Gynocentrism

Gamma bias refers to a cognitive gender bias theory developed by Seager & Barry (2019).1 Gamma bias refers to the operation of two concurrent biases: alpha bias (exaggerating or magnifying gender differences) and beta bias (ignoring or minimizing gender differences). Gamma bias occurs when one gender difference is minimized while simultaneously another is magnified, resulting in …

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Feminism’s Transgender Fruit — Process Philosophy in Action

Process philosophy understands the universe and human systems as ‘continually becoming.’ It emphasizes the elements of change and novelty as contrasted with a belief in permanence of forms, and uniformity. In the Greek tradition Heraclitus said that no person ever steps into the same river twice, because on the second attempt it is not the …

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Race Motherhood: Is Woman The Original Human Race? – by Dora B. Montefiore 1920

The following, rather long essay was written in 1920 as a recapitulation of the earlier gynocentric theory presented by Lester F. Ward. The theory, which was openly misandric, proved wildly popular among both feminists and laypersons in this early period of the modern era. Several notable men’s human rights activists, including Ernest B. Bax pushed …

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