Most who come to the men’s movement have experienced what they call a “red pill moment,” where suddenly they realized the world wasn’t what they’d believed it was all along. Ayami Tyndall looks forward to the day when such awakenings are rare.
What is the garb of the modern Western male? Is it boots and chaps, work shirt or coveralls? Is it a business suit or a military uniform? Is it all these things? Not so much, says Gordon Wadsworth, who explores the servile fashions of modern western men in all their “glory.”
Or as stated early in this article: man-hating is feminism’s moral center of gravity; without man-hating or at least some degree of disaffection with males, feminism could not logically continue to exist.