In March, Roger Devlin published a wonderful piece on of sex differences, that should serve as a lynchpin for authentically traditionalist perspectives. Key points made by Devlin include: The Adaptive Reasons for Refusing Female Combatants: Devlin starts by elucudiating the most important difference between men and women– their contrasting biological value. In Devlin’s words, “the… Continue reading The Sexes: Complementary, Not “Equal”
By Ann Coulter, September 26, 2018: “They know the optics of 11 white men questioning Dr. Ford … will be so harmful and so damaging to the GOP.” — Areva Martin, CNN legal analyst “They understand that you have all of these white men who would be questioning this woman … the optics of it… Continue reading No More Mr. White Guy
Among thousands concluded since the 19th century’s close, last week was perhaps feminism’s most destructive one yet. In the midst of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation process, hysterical feminists have commanded males accept 2 new purported gospel truths. First, if a man at any point in his history, whether a teenager or otherwise; has groped women inappropriately women… Continue reading The Untenable Demands Placed Upon Men
Oz Conservative, February 2, 2007: Anna Pasternak writes that, our mothers and grandmothers were courting and acquiring the security of a husband when they were 20 to 25. More recently, women decided their early 20s are strictly for fun, and now the Relationship Window opens at 28 and closes at 35. This corresponds to my… Continue reading The Single Girl Stretched too Far
When the Access Hollywood tape came out last October and various women came forth with sexual harassment accusations, the Left jumped to denounce Donald Trump as anti- woman. Elizabeth Warren summed up this vitriolic mood by declaring; “Women have had it with guys like you (Trump)!” In response, the Right downplayed these allegations, and Trump raised… Continue reading Where due process takes a back seat to radical feminism
In a manner not dissimilar to Hillary Clinton’s blame game, Michelle Obama has patronized women by claiming they voted for Donald Trump because they were ‘told’ to. While Michelle Obama has presented herself as the exemplar black woman, this paints an incredibly poor portrait of modern women. Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, and the rest of… Continue reading Michelle Obama criticizes those silly, simple women
Do radical feminists have any true ideology, or is their focus instead on using any argument available to bash men? Earlier this year, Women’s AFL was cheered as a new step towards gender equality. But now, because of hysteria over the ‘male gaze’, encouraging women into sport is an unwelcome thing. The modern Left has… Continue reading Australian Academics Attack Campaign for More Female Exercise Because of “The Male Gaze”
While feminism masquerades under the guise of ‘equality’, it concerns itself with nothing of the sort. Advocating for change in areas of female discrepancy, yet seeking to maintain the status quo in areas which females already dominate, instead resemble the acts of a female supremacist cause. And despite the whingeing about ‘lazy men’, men continue… Continue reading Spoiled And Rich Salma Hayek Says Men Are Lazy And Entitled. Has She Been To A Construction Site?
See below for Lauren Southern’s various critiques on feminism, promiscuity and the establishing of false hopes for today’s women, and how they undermine female interests at every turn.
Nature has a funny way of working through the feminist myths of this world. Daily Wire, by Amanda Prestigiacomo, May 17, 2017: Women can’t help but love masculine men, not RompHim-wearing metrosexual male feminists. This seems like basic knowledge acquired by any heterosexual female with a beating heart. But because denial-induced leftists refuse to acknowledge this truth and shame… Continue reading STUDY: Women Love Them Some Toxic Masculinity
The Spectator, by Caleb Stephen, May 4, 2017: By now, I’m sure you would’ve heard the news that the Victorian Andrews government is backing a brand new “feminist collective” strategy under the assumed guise of tackling domestic violence through a $21 million tax-payer funded school program called Respectful Relationships. Whether you like it or not,… Continue reading Daniel Andrews gender agenda and mythmaking
It recently re- emerged to public attention that Vice President Mike Pence, refuses to dine alone with women other than his wife. While the public concerning itself with such semantic details might seem unimportant, ‘progressives’ gleefully took the opportunity to virtue- signal by slamming Pence for his dining policy. Since private activities of the Vice President are considered among some… Continue reading The Left’s latest uproar against Mike Pence
The following isn’t an especially politicized article, or intended to push a ‘Left’ or ‘Right’ agenda. But, it makes a few valuable points on the topic of male issues, which require coverage in the modern era. Boston Globe, by Billy Baker, March 9, 2017: LET’S START WITH THE MOMENT I realized I was already a loser, which was… Continue reading The biggest threat facing middle-age men isn’t smoking or obesity. It’s loneliness.
On the recent designated adherence day to virtue- signalling, man- bashing, myth- promoting nonsense (otherwise known as the ABC’s coverage of International Women’s Day), a common theme continued to come up (at least, for the ten minutes I could endure to watch their overtly manufactured garbage). “A man is not a financial plan” and “women must… Continue reading How feminism betrays the interests of women
We can learn a lot from a recent play depicting the Presidential debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, in which genders were switched. First and furmost, the play demonstrates that many of the feminist, pre- existing assumptions people had about gender were wrong. Additionally, the play reinforces what I’ve been saying for a long time:… Continue reading An interesting insight into the 2016 Presidential election