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Don’t Be Pro-Male, Be Pro-Man

We live in the Age of Equality, in which every dipshit is told that he’s shpecial and that his opinions are worth listening to. Language is muddled and definitions are confused. As a result, thinking itself becomes muddled and confused. Like the conflation of “male” and “man.” MRAs and other losers call me “anti-male” because I don’t support […]

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Not Accepting Blame

This is a guest post by Dr. Illusion. For any of you who don’t know much about me: I’m an electrician and I work in an Industrial environment. I talk a lot on my blog about how people need to step up and be accountable for themselves, and to themselves. I just wanted to take […]

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A Middle-Class Douchebag is a Thing to Be

A few days ago, I Tweeted a link to an article at Roosh’s new joint, Return of Kings. (Speaking of which, I’m always auto-posting links to interesting articles to Twitter, displayed on the front page of my blog: compelling reason to visit every hour of every day.) One of my followers responded with this: What is […]

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A Metaphor on the Manosphere

Posted over at Frost’s: Any outdoorsman knows that if you need to get water out in the wild, you never drink from stagnant sources like swamps, because they’re always filthy and dirty. Flowing water is clean water; creeks, brooks, rivers. Drinking stagnant water will make you sick, maybe even kill you. The manosphere is moving […]

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Kill Your Sons

In the rush of everything, I somehow missed this fantastic post from one of my readers, Suz: There’s something you should know about my son and his peers.  They’re not gay, they’re not lazy, they’re not stupid, they’re not unambitious, and they’re not weak. They’ve merely figured you out.  They know you don’t give a […]

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No Girls Allowed

I don’t talk about my family much for various reasons, but I have to mention this one story. The week after my failed attempt to gain entry to the Great White North, my mom informed me that she’d been reading my blog. (My family knows about what I’m doing, and my stats prove it.) At […]

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Anatomy of a Hater

Mojo asked me an interesting question last week: Matt, serious question: How do you get so many haters? I really want more haters, so I can add their insane ramblings to my ‘reviews’ column. But I seem to only ever get friendly comments. What is it, specifically, that you do to generate such hate? From […]

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The Monsters in the Closet

This is a guest post by Vicomte. “Dad?” “Yes?” “Can you check my closet for monsters? Please?” “Of course I can. Don’t I always? Do you think I would let you fall asleep without duly making sure there are exactly zero monsters present in any given closet within range of your tiny snoring sounds? What kind of […]

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What Would Your Mother Say? What Would Your Father Do?

A feminist troll left this remark on one of my posts last week: You’re idea of feminism couldn’t be more off base. I’m sure your mother would be thrilled to read this. This is a common refrain leveled at anti-feminists: “What would your mother/sister/female relatives think?” The idea, of course, is that the opinions of […]

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“But Fat People Have Great Personalities!”

Last week, during the manosphere’s round of “fat acceptance” trolling/Google bombing, a clueless chubster named Erin chimed in on FFY’s post: As a fat girl, I was reading the first few paragraphs with this face of disgust. “What? Really? You want to fucking congratulate her on not taking escalator?” I face palmed, BUT! As I […]

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