Paul Elam continues his regular column, Eating MGTOW, with some foundational facts on food.
Art, Entertainment, & Culture
As plot convolutions twist and squirm, a savior of sort is born. August Løvenskiolds wraps up his trilogy of reviews in a blinding flash of WTF.
Paul Elam starts a new regular column on food and eating.
Comics can be awesome. One that recently caught our eye was Sandra and Woo and, with permission, we include her a sample you may enjoy.
Editorial note: we don’t often publish comics, but when Martin Domig sent these our way, we liked them too much not to share them.
Victor Zen continues his book reviews by touching on the polarizing and groundbreaking book Men on Strike by psychologist Dr. Helen Smith.
With the recent publication of my novel, Oh Hell, inspired by the suicide of Thomas Ball in June 2011, it seemed right to update an article that appeared here just over one year ago, entitled, Only one thing left…. (Oh Hell spoiler alert.) Shortly after Thomas James Ball’s death on June 15th, 2011, I read …
A Spanish judge has came forward and denounced the institutionalized misandry that has infested the Spanish judiciary. He has now documented it all in a book that is currently shaking Spanish society. Lucian Vâlsan and the European News Department brings a review of the ”Dictatorship of Gender”
In a departure from “The Unknown History of Misandry”, Robert St. Estephe has uncovered a little-known book about Men’s Rights. The only weapon that can undo the damage done by fake history is real history.