Down Where the Devil Don’t Go by Paul Bingham

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Down Where the Devil Don’t Go is a remarkable achievement: the first fictional work that captures the zeitgeist of the Bush years. Ah yes, you remember those happy days? The nauseating Baby Boomer leftism of Bill Clinton’s America has been hashed out to death by countless GenX prophets: Jim Goad, Mark Ames, Hollister Kopp, the list goes […]

Masochistic Onanism; or, the Futility of Online Communities

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I had a post scheduled for today entitled “Why You Should Never Debate Leftists.” It was full of truly great zingers: statistical proof that leftists are unhappier than conservatives, hand-picked quotes from my enemies in which they talked about their antipsychotic abuse and suicide attempts, as well as some truly priceless lines. I guarantee that […]

You’re Damn Right I’m Shaming You!

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NOTE: This article was originally published at In Mala Fide on May 16, 2012, then republished at Gucci Little Piggy on June 23. I’m re-posting it here as the site is now defunct. *** On my article “The Problem with the Men’s Rights Movement” two weeks ago, I left this insult for a commenter who responded to my post […]

Don’t Get Married Because You Are Tired of Drinking! The 50 New Rules of Modern Dating by the Captain Power

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The Captain Power’s second book, it’s a demonstrable improvement over Work Out, Lose Weight and Stop Being Single in just about every fashion, from organization and editing to content. While not as feature-packed as that book, Don’t Get Married Because You Are Tired of Drinking! is a funny read. The book’s “50 New Rules” are a collection of anecdotes […]

Gun Fag Manifesto by Hollister Kopp

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Prior to the Internet empowering every loudmouth to speak his mind, free speech had a price tag. In the late 80′s and early 90′s, punks and malcontents of all stripes exercised their right to offend the squares by creating zines: independently produced magazines that they wrote, edited, printed and distributed on their own. Most of the zines […]

The Manosphere is Dead, and You Have Killed It

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Yesterday morning, I had a realization: I don’t want to be part of the manosphere anymore. I remember the exact moment when it happened. I was sitting in a brunch joint in downtown Buffalo, waiting for the waitress to bring me my orange juice, when I came across Danger & Play’s article on quitting the […]

This Weekend Only, Buy the New Edition of Confessions of an Online Hustler for Half-Off

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Today, I’m pleased to announce the release of the revised and expanded edition of Confessions of an Online Hustler. Unlike with the new editions of Trolling for a Living and The Hitchhiking Crash Course, I went back to the drawing board and extensively rewrote Confessions, to the point where it’s almost a completely different book. Here’s a sampling of the […]

Why Trannies Should Stop Trying to Fuck Us

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This is a guest post by AikoFlip. A small but politically vocal group of mentally-ill men disguised as women are on the prowl trying to have sex with heterosexual men. These “trannies,” as they’re commonly called, don’t believe being “stealth” in this way is deceptive because they feel that having their penises removed, taking hormones […]