Have you ever heard the phrase “Man Up?” Are you as sick of it as we are? Well so is George St. Jones.
It was a nasty slap. It spun the head of the victim sideways such was its force. The assailant strode back to his seat amongst the bejeweled women with the calm confidence of a man who knows he is untouchable. Some suggest his celebrity status was his iron clad armour. His fame was what prevented …
The following article provides an example of a ‘threat narrative’ – i.e., in this case the threat that chivalry is departed or dying, thus putting women in danger in a myriad ways. The ‘Chivalry Is Dead’ trope has been wheeled out by every newspaper and media outlet for the last two centuries, on a weekly …
One of the most commonly made arguments in the manosphere concerning female socialisation in the West is that women are most often raised to behave like children and remain in an eternal state of emotional and psychological childhood throughout their lives. The blue pill world facilitates this process by treating women like delicate princesses …
Bryan Scandrett takes a good look at feminist strategy, and offers an intelligent men’s rights strategy in reply.
Doug Mortimer reviews the film Arctic.
According to a recent study, feminists find benevolently sexist males more attractive.
Women were instrumental in inspiring and regulating manners at the first sporting tournaments. Has anything changed?
As contained in historical textbooks about chivalry, the training of boys to serve women starts very young.