Questions, questions and more questions. Loads of them. Skeptic is doing all the asking. You get to answer any way you want. But you better come up with something quick. He is already eyeing the remote control.
From Skeptic we get a review of recent events in the MRM, which as times go by become more and more recent events in the world at large. We offer thanks and a plate of turkey to the internet gods.
The Great Hypergamy Rompin’ Stompin’ Barn Dance and Bar-B-Que continues as Skeptic offers his perspective on not only the song, but the music that delivers the message.
The pain of men is often covered by the shadow of human avoidance, even in MRA circles. For when we do pull back the covers it is often more than can be comprehended, even by the most compassionate among us.
As we enter the weekend, a message from Skeptic, and some home spun music, and an invitation to make more music straight from the heart of your masculine self. Let it rock, brothers. And don’t hold back.
Occasionally Skeptic daydreams to see what comes to mind. Only when folks ask the right questions, do they get the right answers. Questions don’t fall out of the sky and into our heads though. We need to take time to think them up.
Skeptic returns with part II of his articles on non hormonal male contraception. This time he raises a question that feminists don’t seem willing or able to take on. Will male power be a side effect of the new drug?
The subject of male birth control, according to Skeptic, has been a hit and miss project in pharmaceutical research. That may be about to change, but the question remains whether it will find the market or just get buried.