In the realm of male suicide, we live in a culture that quietly asks the telling question. What’s it worth for us to care?
Men dying, women crying. Feminism, traditionalism. Same old. Same old.
Here come the girly Boy Scouts. Paul Elam wants to welcome them.
Guess who is in the news. Another rich white man accused of being a monster. Paul Elam questions the whole enchilada.
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 […]
If we object to what some characterize as coerced motherhood, can we close our ears to pleas about coerced fatherhood?
Paul offers part three and the conclusion of his series on red pill relationships.
Paul returns with part two of his series on red pill relationships.
In case you have been under a rock for two weeks, Google has a controversy going. Jewel Eldora with some suggestions for the information behemoth.
Is it possible to reduce the excessive gynocentrism currently guiding family law? Robert Franklin discusses the nature of gynocentrism and provides steps toward effective legal reform.
Marriage and family therapy can be unfriendly and unforgiving ground for men. Tom Golden offers some insights on it and what to do about it.
Gynocentrism proves to be a pervasive force in sexual politics. As Zach Janssen points out in this timely essay, it even calls the shots in our healthcare debate.