Category Archives: Masculinity

Jack Donovan’s Becoming a Barbarian

Jack Donovan has finally released the sequel to his smashing hit, The Way of Men. The sequel to his manifesto about masculinity is Becoming a Barbarian. Donovan even suggests that the reader should read The Way of Men prior to reading Becoming a Barbarian. In The Way … Continue reading

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Transgenderism is Anti-Male

The tranny madness never ends. Meet Jazzy, the 11 year old transgendered kid who starting sexual reassignment at the age of 5: Jazzy is just one of many transgender stories. For example, there is MMA Fighter Fallon Fox, little Tommy … Continue reading

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Masculine Virtues

Being a man is more than simply having a dangler.  Being a man is defined by masculinity.  Once we define masculinity, we see that the values of masculinity are simply not compatible with leftism in general.  They despise it.  And … Continue reading

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Adding Value

This advice can certainly apply to all human interactions. Whether, you are at a restaurant, dealing with a business partner, or with a friend, adding value to human interactions will make the interactions more fruitful in terms of your enjoyment … Continue reading

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Feminism is for Ugly Women

First, I would like to thank all of my readers for following my blog, commenting, and what not. It’s nice to see that my posts have inspired the posts of other bloggers. I just wanted to let my readers know … Continue reading

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Podcasts

I have compiled a short list of Reactionary/Manosphere Podcasts that I enjoy listening to. If you have any to recommend, please feel free to post them in the comments section below. Common Filth Radio Aaron Clarey Matt Forney Radix Radio … Continue reading

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Being Alone vs Loneliness

There is a difference. I can tell you from personal experience. Sometimes they go together, but often times they do not. Growing up through high school and through my early college years, I was never alone, but I was often … Continue reading

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