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The Fallacy Of The Golden Uterus And The True Origins Of Gynocentrism (Part Two)

This is part two of a two part article, please see part one first before reading part two. Some Further Remarks On Sexual Conflict I do want to expand on a few points from my ICMI speech. Often people cite the sexual cannibalism of the female spider eating the male spider after mating as being …

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The Fallacy Of The Golden Uterus And The True Origins Of Gynocentrism (Part One)

This is a two part article. In part one (this part) I will provide the complete speech that I wrote, which was kindly presented by Robert Brockway on my behalf at the International Men’s Conference in 2020. A link to the speech spoken by Robert is here1, the complete speech in writing is a little bit …

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The Feminist Attack on Sherlock Holmes and the Case of Toxic Femininity and Feminist Misandry

Yoav Levin is responding to a feminist article in which feminist concepts like toxic masculinity are applied to the fictional private detective Sherlock Holmes. Readers can read an archived copy of the article here safe in the knowledge they’re not giving any clicks to a misandrist publication –Ed Let’s start before going into details by …

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The Hero’s Journey: How Feminism Forces Men To Glorify Their Own Ordeal

The labours of Heracles are the perfect metaphor for the exploitation of men for the sake of women. He has no choice but to do what’s required of him: fight, suffer and die. He’s on an eternal quest to redeem himself for his original sin of being born out of an extramarital affair, and for …

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Eton’s playing fields are only fit for netball now

This article has been reproduced from The Conservative Woman with the permission of the author. –Ed THE Duke of Wellington, celebrated for defeating Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo, is often said to have declared that ‘the battle was won on the playing fields of Eton’. A privileged, elitist school serving the sons of the …

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