Damseling, chivalry and courtly love form a holy trinity at the heart of gynocentrism.
We continue Dr. Frank Tallis’s survey of romantic love with Part-2 – which looks into the origin and evolution of men placing women on pedestals
Dr. Frank Tallis has written a book on the sickness that is romantic love. We bring you part one of a three-part excerpt from the book.
Cenk must have chapped Karen Straughan’s hide. Part two of Cenk Uygur’s family history
Why should we fight? A very good question. Max takes this on with a style and insight only he has.
Karen Straughan on her game
Men, women and heroism.
“Yvain and Gawain were like two fighting dogs on whom the sisters had placed bets and set at each other.”
An “interview [with] Paul Bois, a conservative filmmaker who is trying to crowdfund a short film which he describes as a medieval-horror-action film that is a social commentary on modern ideological feminism.”
As part of Valentines Day observations we are republishing some older articles, including this article by Peter Wright revealing Valentine’s is largely for entertaining women.
Medieval clerics, white knights, and courtiers are standard-bearers of courtly love. A look into the historical perspective.
Professor Fiamengo questions whether women really want equality, or just more privileges.