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The Plague of Modern Masculinity

Feminism has spent the last fifty years critiquing masculinity. According to MHRAs they got most everything wrong. Paul Elam thinks they actually got a couple of things right, and then went completely south from there. In this seminal essay, he lays out what they got wrong, why, and how men will forge a new path.

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The New N-word

The tell tale sign of bigotry is always there. You see it every time in a privileged class of people who are absolutely certain that their ignorance is enlightenment and their hatred is simply just and for good cause. Nurdy Dancing calls ‘em out.

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Danielle D’Entremont: Where is the feminist outrage?

Queens University student Danielle D’Entremont was allegedly beaten savagely by an MHRA outside her home, just for expressing her views as a feminist. If other feminists care about what happened, they sure aren’t showing it.

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Feminists stoop to a new low

Just when you thought feminists couldn’t make any bigger fools of themselves, they’ve reached a new low with a public stunt attempting to portray men as violent.

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War against boys. Are the ADHD drugs unsafe?

Drugs that treat ADHD are a great, safe remedy available to help hyperactive children. That is the word from esteemed doctors. That may be true. Or it could be a paid pitch from corrupt doctors like we got from the tobacco companies.

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From the mouths of (hot) babes

There has always been a tendency to shame sexuality residing in human culture. Of course, according to every wave of modern feminism, women get the worst of it. Not so, says, B.R. Merrick, who gives us the money shot on the subject.

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Ban Bossy and other feminist fails

Diana Davison discusses freedom of speech, failures of the Ban Bossy campaign, and the real reasons why some women can’t cut it in a merit based society.

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Bachelorhood as a fine art (1900)

In the year 1900 a burgeoning bachelor subculture was thriving in America, and a magazine entitled The Bachelor Book circulated for that audience. Here’s a sample article, Bachelorhood As a Fine Art.

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