Many people assume gynocentrism is the unchangeable biological setting for all human relationships, but is it? New contributor TheAntigynocentrist challenges the belief.
Why are traditionalists so leery of discussing superstimuli, and how might we avoid their destructive impact on our lives? Paul Elam and Peter Wright explain.
Sometimes anger is the only thing encouraging men to say what’s on their mind.
Paul Elam takes a look at men’s violence without the feminist spin.
We live and die by stories in this world, as individuals and as men. The field of psychology at once understands that, and doesn’t. Male clients are suffering for it. Paul Elam and Peter Wright launch into some possible solutions.
Men have an aversion to mental health services, even to medical help at times. Feminist ideologues have dumpsters full of ideas on why that happens, which means their ideas are right where they belong. Paul Elam offers some analysis and the promise of a book on the subject.
Romantic love is the junk food of human relationships. Peter Wright and Paul Elam discuss the menu.
In part-3 of the series Dr, Tallis looks at the difference between Oriental and Western approaches to forming relationships – between arranged coupling and romantic love.
We continue Dr. Frank Tallis’s survey of romantic love with Part-2 – which looks into the origin and evolution of men placing women on pedestals
Dr. Frank Tallis has written a book on the sickness that is romantic love. We bring you part one of a three-part excerpt from the book.
Is it time to end the sexual mutilation of boys? You better believe it.
Peter Wright questions some of our most cherished beliefs, starting with our Western cult of pleasure seeking.