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On Male Friendships: Part Three

This is a guest post by Adiaforon. Read First: On Male Friendships: Part Two For the past couple of weeks, I’ve had some family and job issues to take care of. Not much time to devote to writing like I’ve wanted. As those issues are now at bay, time to climb back in the saddle. In […]

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On Male Friendships: Part Two

This is a guest post by Adiaforon. Read First: On Male Friendships: Part One In my last post, I mentioned an article that was a good starting point for talking about friendships. From what I’ve seen on the Net, there’s precious little devoted to creating and maintaining male friendships. Maybe there’s more out there, but I […]

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On Male Friendships: Part One

This is a guest post by Adiaforon. As a guy over 40, I’m entering into that time of life when I’m looking back over the things I’ve done, the things I’m doing now, and the things I have left to do. As a new member of the manosphere, I’m finding my bearings, figuring out what […]

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How to Become a Better Writer

One of my friends once asked me something to this effect: “How did you learn how to write the way you do? Any tips?” I gave him a semi-facetious answer involving alcohol and hanging out with drug addicts, but it’s a good question. How can you become a great writer? Here’s my thoughts on the matter. […]

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Who’d Make a Better Housewife: A Feminist or a Misogynist?

This is a guest post by Tim. I’ve been thinking about my homemaking skills. I can cook competently and I can clean. If I learned how to sew, then I think that I’d have most of the traditional homemaking skills figured out. This would put me ahead of most women—and men—these days. Then I can […]

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Practicing Online Hygiene

A few days ago, I did a total redesign of the blog, because I got sick of staring at my old template. It’s necessary to shake things up in your life every so often, keep you from falling into a rut of complacency. This redesign required me to make a few big changes. Including trimming […]

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Last Rites to the Dying

During my time in the oil patch, my best friend was Billy, a kid I’d met on a insulation job near the Little Muddy River. Billy was a great example of how the hydrofracking boom was benefiting men who were down on their luck. He had come to North Dakota from the Deep South with […]

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Truth is Universal

This is a guest post by Didact. There is nothing quite like getting hit between the eyes with a strong dose of the truth. There is nothing that prepares you for the epiphany that follows when you realise that you have been ripped off, lied to, and kept in the dark for much of your […]

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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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