In an age of great safety and convenience, perhaps its time to reconsider the role of chivalry.
Feminist spin would have us believe that men’s rights advocacy is little more than a backlash against modern feminism. Peter Wright unearths a deeper history to the movement.
Most by now will have heard the name Jordan Peterson, who has become quite the internet sensation as he tackles the excesses of postmodern philosophy and it’s negative impact on society. His fight against the deconstruction of traditional cultural forms, along with the existential vertigo and nihilism that inevitably follow it are commendable. However there’s […]
Peter Wright looks at the psychology of hate sex.
Sometimes anger is the only thing encouraging men to say what’s on their mind.
Peter Wright looks at the origins and development of romantic love fiction and its role in supercharging gynocentrism
For the history-minded among us, this piece by professor Amy Kelly reveals the taproot of our gender malaise
Angry Harry believed ‘men-who-sit-at-their-screens’ will displace the feminist narrative. So far the project is looking on track.
We hear an awful lot about the evils of the male gaze, but rarely do we hear about efforts to harvest that gaze.
In the age of equality is there still any place for courtship?
By coining the term ‘chivalry feminism,’ Ernest B. Bax highlighted feminism’s root power and the reason for its longevity.
The Red Pill recently showed in Brisbane Australia. Peter wright reflects on the event and on the strong hands that made it happen.