Is the appropriate response to the question “are all men pedophiles?” “Are all women gold-diggers?” Stephen Jarosec explains
Response to Maxx’s (2016) article ‘Alpha’ ain’t born… Complimentary
Shaming. Hate. Feminism.
The hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world. That hand usually belongs to a woman. Stephen Jarosek explores the implications.
A culture embracing personal responsibility basically runs itself–but do we have one anymore?
Even more so than religion, Feminism has positioned itself as something beyond the purview of science. Stephen Jarosek, aka Codebuster, explores the damage this is doing to our understanding of reality.
A fundamental law is that every living organism is inclined to choose the path of least resistance, least pain, greatest reward. Stephen Jarosek (aka Codebuster) looks at the implications of this law in the workplace behavior of men and women.
The recent deed perpetrated by Elliot Rodger appears to have involved a complex blend of motives. Stephen Jarosek attempts to unpack some of the more simplistic claims of Rodger’s ‘misogyny’ motive, suggesting it was more likely misogyny and misandry that fuelled Rodger’s despicable deed.
Birth control, reproductive rights, abortion, sexual liberation. All key factors by which the ideology of feminism appears to measure itself. But do they ever measure the cost? Codebuster offers some insights.
As is the unfortunately reality every four years in America, we have an election approaching. Though its outcome may have little bearing on our destiny, we are obliged to consider difference there may be in the candidates as it pertains to men’s issues.
Codebuster takes us on a mind blowing exploration of cultural influence, learning theory, neurological development and sociobiology – as well as how they fit into the scheme of oppression, reproduction and feminist doctrine. Get a cuppa for this one.
One has to wonder how many words, how much energy of thought and passion have been expended on the question of what it means to be a man. Codebuster takes another step toward the goal, although feminists won’t approve.