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Debunking the Case Against Getting a Vasectomy

The Private Man got one. Cappy Cap got one. Professor Mentu just got one. Danny’s thinking about getting one. So am I. In my specific case, getting the snip is both possible yet unlikely. It’s possible in that I still have health insurance. Yes, that’s right: the guy who’s hitchhiking across the country and living […]

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Ugly Bitch Bullied Off of Internet, Penises Around the World Rejoice

Hallelujah, praise Jesus, amen! We of the manosphere have successfully harangued a hideous, haggardly feminist into rage-quitting the blogosphere (hat tip: Roosh): I love writing, I love sharing my ideas, and I love listening to the ideas of my readers. But I simply no longer love blogging. Instead of feeling gleeful anticipation when writing up a […]

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My Day of Rolling Like Kenny

Manospherians might be aware of a certain super master rama-lama-ding-dong PUA named Social Kenny. Kenny fashions himself a pick-up coach and “seduction god,” despite the fact that he regularly gets blown out by the most hideous of fat girls. Not even Nigel himself would dare to stick it in the kinds of hochunks that Kenny […]

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Notes from the Road: Little Trouble on the Big Prairie

While this is technically a hitchhiking trip, before last week, I hadn’t hitched in two months, having spent a month-and-a-half in Madison and the two weeks prior to that in Chicago. I’d been planning to hitch to Des Moines after busing to Minneapolis, but FFY texted me during my last week to inform me that […]

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We Come Not to Praise the Men’s Rights Movement, But to Bury It

The papers have been signed, the assets have been divvied up, and the children have been traumatized for life. The MRAs and the paleomasculinists (no, I will not call us “gamers” or “PUAs”) have divorced once and for all. There are a few folks still trying to make amends, but this marriage was doomed from […]

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The Decisions of Modern Women

This is a guest post by Tim. Before last November, when I stopped watching TV, I would usually have the news on in the background. One of the news shows I actually watched was America Live with Megyn Kelly. I liked that news show and I think that Megyn is the second best interviewer that […]

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Matt Forney Comments on Everything: Truck Stop Cheeseburger Edition

It’s 2:30 am in Iowa, I’ve got a glass of chocolate milk, and I’m several days behind on my Google Reader. Let’s let ‘er rip. 1) For those of you who follow Koanic and/or Texas Arcane, I have a new blog called Excavating Eden dedicated to my thoughts on the ideas they present about archeology, anthropology and human […]

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Yell Like Hell to the Heavens

After a month-and-a-half of teetering on the edge, I’m finally out of here. If you’re down and out, you couldn’t ask for a better city than Madison: it’s friendly, safe and cheap. In a way, I’m thankful that things went to hell the last time I tried to get out of here, because I got […]

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Around the World in 80 Girls: The Epic 3 Year Trip of a Backpacking Casanova by Neil Skywalker

NOTE: This is a review of the discontinued first edition of 80 Girls. Click here to read my review of the second edition. I wanted to like this book. I really did. Neil Skywalker’s first release, a memoir of his travels around the world, has all the ingredients for a classic. The set-up is one manospherians will […]

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Six Songs of Me

Two weeks ago, Ulysses introduced me to Six Songs of Me, a blatant advertisement for what appears to be a Pandora knockoff. Nonetheless, I needed something to blog about, so I decided to play along. Ulysses had trouble picking his songs, but I was able to knock them off rather easily. 1) What was the first […]

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