History

Sex Equality: Defining One’s Terms – The Men’s Review (1948 Article)

We continue the series of Men’s Review excerpts below with this piece exploring the meaning of ‘sex equality’. – PW * * * Defining One’s Terms by C. Lea   THERE is a type of propagandist who finds it convenient to avoid defining his terms. He can thus vary the sense when and how it …

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What Were Medieval Attitudes Towards Sex?

Much of feminism rests on the feminist historical narrative. If women weren’t oppressed historically then what was feminism rescuing them from? There is plenty of evidence, even from blue pill sources, that the feminist historical narrative is false. In particular, feminists would have you believe that men in the past tried to repress female sexuality. …

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The Trend Of The Sexes – The Men’s Review (1948 Article)

When we observe the relationship of the sexes in the past, we find woman solely of the ménage, a menial, subjective, subjected. The male holding the centre of the human drama. From this point to the next point -the present- can be traced the line  following an upward trend, economically, intellectually, and politically, which forecasts …

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Telesphorus tortured & killed for witty criticism of Arsinoe

Just as it is today, men criticizing women in the ancient world was dangerous. Whether it was the foolish lad Ascalabus criticizing the goddess Demeter for boozing, or the high official Telesphorus criticizing King Lysimachus’s wife Arsinoe for vomiting, the results were the same: disaster for the man. The goddess Demeter threw her drink onto …

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