Far from ’emotional illiteracy’ being the reason for not engaging in conversation with women, men may instead decide its simply not wise to do so.
Modern gynocentrism teaches that sex is a privilege, but it wasn’t always so. It was once a duty, backed by shame and punishment of men who didn’t measure up for wives.
Relationship dramas often revolve around who is going to play the child in the relationship and who is going to play the responsible parent.
Paul continues his examination of the implications of sex robots in the future.
Sexual robotics. It’s here, ready or not. Paul examines how the future of women built by men will affect the sexes.
The replication of sensational porn research fails
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.
Paul with some thoughts for a young red pill man contemplating the possibility of a relationship.
Healing can come from a variety of sources, and intimate relationships might not be the one-stop panacea we sometimes paint them to be.
The more you look at the realities about getting involved with borderline personality disordered women, the more steering clear becomes the option of choice. Nowhere is this more evident than where it concerns having children.
The Red Pill journey can be a lonesome one. With all its power to shield and protect, it can have a negative impact on healing. Paul Elam with a reminder that taking a red pill doesn’t require the life of a hermit.