Why are feminists often silent about the behavior of radical Muslims, but so ready to condemn Western men for the slightest slight? Doug Mortimer explores.
In the bad old days, two of the time-tested ways for women to move up in class were to marry money, or to marry the boss. Melinda French did both.
With tongue firmly in cheek Doug Mortimer has crafted a Social Justice Petition for us to sign.
Sixty years after Bogart’s death, one wonders whether or not it is possible to fashion a career as a MGTOW leading man?
If you wear one of those T-shirts or ball caps that says “Old guys rule,” here’s your chance to prove it says Doug Mortimer.
7-Eleven has established a prize-winning competition to promote its business. Doug Mortimer brings you the details.
Pundits of all persuasions have explored the pros and cons of immigration in every way imaginable, except one: its effect on men.
Tommy Manville is famous for his ability to tie knots
Doug Mortimer reviews Danish film Land of Mine
In the fight between so-called ‘alpha’ and ‘beta’ males it’s sometimes hard to tell who is the ultimate loser.
Doug Mortimer looks at the life of Ernest Hemingway and his relations with the women in his life.
The speech of men is rich with poetic slang in contrast to the verbose prose of women we are so often pressured to emulate.