Currently, a woman’s right to choose puts her in a position to choose to use her children as pawns to manipulate and extort financial support from fathers, or alleged fathers, at will. Kiristina Hansen thinks it is time to put this to an end.
There are long held schools of thought that assert the purpose of pair bonding is to ensure paternity and thus is an arrangement that serves the male. Not so, says Steve Moxon, who presages a future journal review paper on a proper understanding of the pair-bond and mate-guarding.
Nicole Ducet Ryan tried to have her husband Michael murdered in cold blood. The evidence against her was overwhelming. But she cried a few tears for the Supreme Court of Canada, and they let her walk. Dannyboy urges Canadians to wake up.
The Rules, a booklet for women designed to help them put men on leashes, has been out for 20 years now. But the philosophy it preached is still fully at play in our culture. John Hembling does a retrospective analysis.
The Great Hypergamy Rompin’ Stompin’ Barn Dance and Bar-B-Que continues as Skeptic offers his perspective on not only the song, but the music that delivers the message.
After a cooling off period from the Great Hypergamy Riots of 2012, Fidelbogen pauses to reflect on the events in those fateful days, and offer some clarification as well as guidance.
The recent commentary on hypergamy has been heating up and boiling over. Paul Elam steps in the fray to offer his opinion on the discussion with something to please and offend most everyone.
If we were to make a list of all the legitimate complaints that men could make in this culture, we would either need to digitize it or cut down a forest for the paper to write it down.
Have you ever heard a woman say she was keeping her vagina on hold for that “one special guy”? Not so fast, says Typhonblue, who takes a look at hookup culture through the lens of human sociobiology. Her explanation is so simple, even a monkey could get it.
Examining the sexual objectification of men. Used to destruction, men in our society, and in others are afforded little human consideration when they most need help.