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Briffault’s Law: A Classic Example Of Reductionist Categorical Thinking

This article is in response to Paul Elam and Peter Wright’s excellent recent critique[1] of Briffault’s Law. I have also critiqued Briffault’s law in my article linked here[2]. The manosphere has to have a mechanism of addressing and identifying bad ideas. Bad ideas that are not only factually incorrect, but also hold men back and negatively impact their …

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Rittenhouse, Woke Madness, the Good Sense of the Jury

Just last week I posted a piece whose thesis was that, contrary to the beliefs of elites over the millennia, non-elites often behave more responsibly than those who appoint themselves our betters.  The outcome of the elections of November 2nd demonstrated the point.  From Seattle to Virginia, We the People rejected the woke narrative that all white people …

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Limit to gender justice: lessons of ancient & medieval sumptuary laws

Men historically have carried a highly disparate gender burden of working to provide money for women. Women seeking from men expensive goods (dinners at fine restaurants, diamond rings, fancy dresses, etc.) contributes to this structural gender oppression of men. One distraught man recently described gender-typical difficulties in his relationship with his wife: She came from a family …

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Evie Magazine vs. Men Who Refuse to Live and Die for Women

Back in September this year, my colleague Peter Wright showed me this article by Evie Magazine entitled “5 Signs You’re Dating a Man-Child.” It was apt that he did. Both of us know what is meant by “man-child”: any human adult male who wants to enjoy life instead of consigning himself to gynocentric sacrificial living. …

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A Letter to Washington Post About The Gender Empathy Gap

I sent the following open letter to Washington Post Columnist Janay Kingsberry to allow for her to respond before I submitted this to A Voice for Men. Unsurprisingly, she didn’t reply. ___________________________ Dear Ms. Kingsberry, I respectfully ask that you take the time to read this letter in its entirety and to thoughtfully consider what …

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A 1975 Deep Dive

The wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald was immortalized in a song, reminiscent of an old sea shanty, written and performed by Canadian folk singer Gordon Lightfoot.  He based his song on “The Cruelest Month,” an article in Newsweek magazine that appeared soon after the  November 10, 1975 disaster, and recorded the song in December.  A …

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Virginians Tell the Children ‘No’

It’s a year until the mid-term elections of 2022.  Will Democrats learn?  This past Tuesday, voters in Virginia, New Jersey and Minneapolis sent them a very clear message.  Are they listening?  We’ll know soon enough.  After all, Democrats in Congress are still fighting among themselves over infrastructure and reconciliation.  So far, that fight has seen …

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