Doug Mortimer reviews the film Arctic.
There is more than one kind of chivalry, don’t be fooled by the bastardized version.
According to a recent study, feminists find benevolently sexist males more attractive.
Women were instrumental in inspiring and regulating manners at the first sporting tournaments. Has anything changed?
As contained in historical textbooks about chivalry, the training of boys to serve women starts very young.
Over 100 years ago E.B. Bax talked of first-wave feminists soliciting, expecting and receiving male chivalry for the benefit of women. Has anything changed?
In an age of great safety and convenience, perhaps its time to reconsider the role of chivalry.
When women cry they are absolved from crimes by a chivalrous audience. Would the same work for men?
Unlike a more humane relationship of conjugal love, the long-reigning ideology of courtly love deepens men’s subordination to women.
Why should we fight? A very good question. Max takes this on with a style and insight only he has.
Men, women and heroism.
“Yvain and Gawain were like two fighting dogs on whom the sisters had placed bets and set at each other.”