Sex Differences

A Woman’s Most Important Weapon is Emotional Manipulation

We hear plenty nowadays about ‘toxic masculinity’, and the need for women to escape it. Obviously, this narrative neglects the necessary expressions of masculinity–in the military, police, worksites, and the exploring spirit that created our modern civilisation–without which life would be immeasurably more difficult. Equally, the broader warning about men being innately violent isn’t a fictitious… Continue reading A Woman’s Most Important Weapon is Emotional Manipulation

Feminism/ Male rights · Sex Differences

The Sexes: Complementary, Not “Equal”

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”

Feminism/ Male rights · Sex Differences

The Single Girl Stretched too Far

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

Feminism/ Male rights · Sex Differences

STUDY: Women Love Them Some Toxic Masculinity

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