Chivalry. It is quickly finding its way into meaning as the modern man’s “C” word, though there is much debate still as to its origin and meaning. Peter Write sets the record straight with this historical opus, sure to set the record straight.
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.”
Anita Sarkeesian, after months of evading donors, has finally come out with the start of her promised video series on gaming tropes. And woven into her work is a somewhat unexpected message. She is actually complaining about damseling. We have to wonder how she complains about something so crucial to her own cause.
Oh shock of shocks, the Republican opposition of VAWA fizzled out and morphed into outright support of the new legislation. Obama will sign it into law soon, and the money flow to corrupt ideologues will continue unabated.
Andy Man of MRA London has dropped by to say hello and to introduce readers to a woman named Kelly Jones. Kelly has something to say about men. You may or may not like it, depending on how much you like the truth.
Some pro football players are getting ready to get the team spirit fired up in Big D. The mayor’s going to be there, along with a slew of other local celebs, all there to have a cheer leading session on how to make men better than the lowlifes they are.
Just when you think you have heard it all, you find that you indeed have not. Amanda Wheeler is a disgusting child molester that should be thrown under the jail and forgotten. But the only thing the court forgot was to punish her.
We’ve all seen the Pentagon’s statement regarding the further promotion of “equality” in the military. Lucian Vâlsan has seen this movie before and the plot is not that simple as some might think.
Thinker, writer, published author, advertising creative and opinionated humanist Mark Trueblood asks a salient question: did you want equality, or did you want chivalry? Apparently some people want it both ways.
Mail Online columnist Peter Lloyd offers commentary on the tragic story of a man facially disfigured by a woman over a Facebook message, and the UK court that let her walk without a scratch.
Recently the man who was the victim of public harassment by a gender ideologue as he attempted to attend a lecture on men’s issues issue a letter to his attacker. JTO issues an opinion to him.
Paul Elam has driven semi’s across the continental United States, but one thing remains the same everywhere, he says. Even with truck drivers, the allure of vagina rules the day.
Feminism may look good or bad depending on which side of the sexual fence that life placed you. But what might it look like to someone who has actually filled both pairs of shoes. Why, like pure bullshit, of course.
What can possibly so valuable that men throughout history have willingly died, been mutilated, surrendered consideration as human beings entirely in exchange for it. What is the golden bridle?
Once again Robert St. Estphe has stepped to the forefront and delivered that most potent of antidotes to the toxic legacy of cultural self deception: The truth, organized and meticulously documented.
Arthur Goldwag, liberal, feminist, consummate liar, is all upset at MRAs again. This time it is because we aren’t chivalrous enough. He wants us to block bullets and open doors for women. Perhaps those that lead to the kitchen?
Three men died saving their girlfriends from the Aurora shooter. Bill Bennett thinks that makes them heroes, echoing the sentiments of many in the blue pill mainstream. John the Other has a different, less popular, and completely accurate interpretation of that tragic day.
Karate is a sport which focuses not only on discipline of the body, but of the mind and the will. Sadly, even the implied wisdom in that type of pursuit does not overrule the violent impulses of men to protect women at all costs. Andy Man explains why, and how it stole a piece of his childhood.
What are the obligations of men? Jared White considered this from the novel perspective that men might actually be human beings, a point of view which logically changes the question to one of the obligations of people