Peter Wright

In the Image and Likeness of God

According to a recent poll only 18% of U.S. people consider themselves feminist.1 On that account we can expect readers of romance novels to comprise not more than 18% feminists, and likely far less due to the fact that feminists disparage traditional approaches to romance…. at least according to their rhetoric. A more generous National Geographic/Ipsos survey2 …

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Are women more important than men? ManWomanMyth

Row Ad, known from his legendary youtube series entitled ManWomanMyth, has recently re emerged from a serious injury and is again picking up the ball on gender issues. Due to experiencing severe ongoing memory loss from his injury, he is exploring some of the fundamental questions of today’s gender politics from the beginning, starting with …

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A brief history of nagging

I recently mentioned to a friend that feminist verbiage amounts to little more than organized female nagging — the endless attempt to shame & guilt men into serving women. Is it any wonder that feminist street placards emphasise “having a voice,” “women speaking up,” “not being silenced,” and “speaking out”?  These phrases are nothing more …

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Covid-19: Fewer men in the dating pool – women most affected

As anyone not hiding under a rock should know, the coronavirus is carving its way through human populations and it is taking the lives of men in higher numbers than women. The coffins of men are lined up in rows before the furnaces, but little attention is paid to the true victims of that massacre …

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Ugandans are ‘fighting back’ after American government spends billions promoting genital mutilation of males

With a nod to the great work done by Bloodstained Men, here is a picture showing pushback by Ugandans after the American government spent billions promoting genital mutilation propaganda in African nations. Brother K. states, “AMERICAN HEGEMONY … The United States won’t educate or feed the impoverished nations of Africa, but we spent billions of …

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