In the age of equality is there still any place for courtship?
Nat Godot takes a look at the manipulation of sentiment taking place in modern society and the implications for men and women.
Douglas Galbi gives examples of mothers controlling sons choice of wives in historical periods.
Tom Golden takes a look at how the power of gynocentrism filters down to a wide variety of places, some unexpected, in order to negatively impact men and boys.
The erasing of men and boys from public discourse. How Mainstream Media and Feminism hides the victims of war and suicide.
There is a duplicity in the public and political discourse surrounding men and women. And Micelle Obama exemplifies it here as illustrated by Mark Dent.
Cassie discusses “The Red Pill” movie with Andrew Bolt and tells the world about gender equality.
Are males in the Western world displaying clinical levels of masochism? Has chivalry morphed into a thinly disguised expression of masochism? Psychoanalyst Arnold Kamiat explores the question.
Tom Golden details some of the obstacles traditional gynocentrism and ‘gynocentrism 2.0’ create for the modern male
Despite denials, feminism survives on a steady diet of damseling, chivalry and courtly love.
Paul Elam closing speech (ICMI 16)
Damseling, chivalry and courtly love form a holy trinity at the heart of gynocentrism.