I swear to God, I don’t seek these things out; they come to me. In this case, I was rifling through the flyers hanging up on my hostel’s bulletin board when I found an advertisement for the Museum of Sex, conveniently located in the Flatiron District in lower Manhattan. I figured it would be the usual leftist faux-subversive drivel—“Oooh, look at us, talking about sex and saying ‘cunt’ and flipping off Middle America! WE’RE SO EDGY!”—but since I prefer to go off the beaten track whenever I visit new places, I decided I’d check it out anyway.
I wouldn’t exactly call the Museum of Sex a must-visit, but if you’ve got the time, it’s worth a couple hours of your day.
Be forewarned: this article is really not safe for work.
I explain how you can convert your offensive, misogynistic manosphere blog into a never-ending pussy engine in a guest post at Swoop the World:
We all know how thirsty most guys are, how they desperately Like hot girls’ Facebook posts and kiss their asses in the vain hope that they’ll get laid. When you have groupies, the script is flipped: you’re the desirable one and they’re the ones groveling for your approval. Groupies are so needy and insecure that they’ll be suppliant to you as a matter of course; in Life During Peacetime, I described how that girl not only made me breakfast, but insisted on doing my dishes, vacuuming out my living room, and dumping Drano in my toilet. Provided you don’t weird her out, you can talk a groupie into doing just about anything, sexual or otherwise.
Click here to read the rest.
One of the reasons why I’ve stuck with WordPress over the years—aside from the fact that its competitors, such as Drupal, are absolutely pitiful—is the ease of modifying it. WordPress’ Plugin system enables you to add functionality to your blog with nothing more than a couple of mouse clicks; just perform a search for the kind of plugin you need, download and install it and you’re good to go.
Unfortunately, there are a lot of plugins that don’t play nice with your site unless it’s set up in a very particular way.
My review of Bryce Laliberte’s book is now up at AltRight:
Laliberte’s prose is similar to his blog posts; very formal and intellectual without being showy. It won’t win any awards, but he conveys his ideas and beliefs in an erudite way. Additionally, Neoreaction is largely free of the jargon that characterizes this part of the Internet (such as “Cathedral” or “Brahmin”), giving it a greater professionality than the usual fare.
Click here to read the rest.
This is a guest post by the Captain Power.
I was on Twitter the other day when someone forwarded me this picture from the White House:
At first, I was befuddled. How did they come with such a low rate? I have been researching Obamacare since day one; was I missing something? How are they coming up with $50 or less per month?
What do you call a book that’s laced with copious amounts of bullshit but is still worth reading?
From Da to Yes, as its name implies, is a guide to the nations of eastern Europe excluding Russia, which is covered in Yale Richmond’s companion book From Nyet to Da. Richmond himself, so far as I can tell, is one of those weedy little neoliberal twerps who went to eastern Europe in the nineties to facilitate in the region’s “democratic” and “capitalist” transitions (read: help Westerners steal everything that wasn’t nailed down). Indeed, the book is dedicated to the Americans “who are giving so generously of their time to assist in the democratic transition in eastern Europe.”
We’re in for some rough sledding, folks.
It’s that time of the month again! In this episode, I run down all the crazy search terms I got in November, talk about my trip to New York City and the future of blogging, and explain why Jezebel and other feminist/mainstream sites are parasites leeching off the manosphere.
If you’re a girl pursuing anything more than a high school degree, you’re in all likelihood wasting your time.
Encouraging girls to go to college and grad school en masse is one of the biggest mistakes America has ever made. The flood of girls into universities is not only in part responsible for the current economic crisis, it’s made it increasingly difficult—if not impossible—for both girls and men to fulfill their natural roles. At the same time higher education has been degraded by so many unqualified girls getting accepted into college, those girls have seen their egos unjustifiably boosted by their degrees, making them unsuitable to be wives and mothers.
In order for society to be cured, this has to be fixed.
NOTE: This is one of my favorite In Mala Fide articles, originally published on November 29, 2010.
Presenting the best of Black Friday 2010. Or at least what I think is the best. I wouldn’t know. I don’t shop on Black Friday. I don’t even go to any stores on Black Friday. In fact, I spent this Black Friday, as well as the one before, sleeping in. I want nothing to do with you miserly, two-legged buffalo.
My abstention from joining the herd on the day after Thanksgiving, the biggest shopping day of the year, is rooted in pragmatism and protest. If you’re standing in the freezing cold all night to buy a video game console that goes on sale at five in the morning, do the world a favor and kill yourself. As for the protest, it comes from having spent many a Black Friday in the store, but on the other side of the garage door you filthy animals smashed in so you could get your fucking $299.99 HP laptop (that will break on you in a year after you load it up with malware from all those shady porn sites you visit).
In this Thanksgiving edition of the podcast, I talk to author Bryce Laliberte about his new book What is Neoreaction?, how Protestantism gave birth to leftism (and how the Catholic Church laid the foundations for the greatness of European civilization), the justification for patriarchy and much, much more.