Most people don’t do anything too challenging. You wanna be most people?
Ever wonder where the contemporary male sex-role first originated? In his recently updated article on the subject Peter Wright looks at the cultural roots of chivalry.
Women are dead! And some ‘people’ got injured. How many were injured protecting the ones who really matter – women? What Lafeyette says about culture, men and misandry.
It really is disorienting being lied about daily, but after a while it becomes funny.
When was the last time you watched a woman die to protect the man she loves?
When men screw up on the sports field, they get a different reaction.
Odd how all men, even really scary brown and black men, miraculously become kind and trustworthy when a feminist gets a flat tire or needs her car pushed out of the snow. Prentice Reid examines the phenomenon in detail.
Society wrings its collective hands about the loss of chivalry, but chivalry is far indeed from finished.
The following Letter To The editor of Reynolds Newspaper in 1896 provides a snapshot of inequity before the law. Has anything changed? Well no, it hasn’t.
Have you ever heard the phrase “Man Up?” Are you as sick of it as we are? Well so is George St. Jones.
Whatever your stance on firearm ownership, recent action by the Kentucky legislature should send a chill down your spine. What next, issuing man-hunting licenses to women as a new revenue stream for the state?
Conservatives continue their habit of advocating marriage without bothering to acknowledge the enormous risks on men in the current environment. Mark Trueblood takes Ross Douthat to task for being yet another ideologue who offers incentives but shame and punishment.