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A response to: “Marriage Isn’t A Product Of The Patriarchy, It’s A Guard Against It”

A well written and thought-provoking article by S. G. Cheah has recently been published on the site Evie, which I would like to respond to. Many people who have bought into the feminist notions about matrimony like to argue against marriage by saying that it’s “just a piece of paper.” But if you were to follow …

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The Tradition in Traditional Masculinity

Hope in heaven, feet on the ground. – English Gentleman’s motto, from the 17th century. In the West, traditional masculinity is under attack. Many of the virtues that come under its code of conduct were, at one time, promoted as aspirational virtues for boys, taught and supported by both parents in a household. Increasingly, however, …

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Forcing feminism down South

International cooperation was created to help poor countries tackle urgent problems like child malnutrition, refugee crises and pandemics. A very powerful ecosystem of institutions arose, channelling funds and implementing programs throughout the least developed world for fighting hunger, stopping aids and other general humanitarian work. The United Nations (UN), though originally intended for other reasons, …

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Side view of Peacemaker revolver

Functioning penis should be appreciated as a blessed peacemaker

Men tend to be competitive and often fight with other men in various ways for coveted statuses and positions. Clubs, spears, guns, and missiles are associated with war and death. But a penis isn’t like those weapons. Masculinity doesn’t fundamentally signify fighting, war, and death. A functioning penis should be appreciated as a blessed peacemaker …

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