Category Archives: manosphere stuff

Tales From the Delta Quadrant

In a recent post at Vox Popoli, Vox Day dropped a heckuva a bon motte regarding Mary Sue characters: Authors have a tendency to reveal more about themselves than they realize… That sentence fragment got my noggin joggin’ about the novels that I’ve … Continue reading

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For the Deus Vulters

Alternatively, “A Reminder: Catholic’s Who Support Socialism are Heretics” If you’ve never heard of Taylor Marshall – founder of the New Saint Thomas Institute, Thomist, former Episcopalian Priest, and father of eight(!) – represents an antidote to the cancer of Father James Martin.  While far more … Continue reading

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This Is Why We Fight

It’s everywhere. Cruising around with my daughter as she peck, peck, pecked at her cell phone, she snorted in disgust.  “This stupid game,” she sneered.  “You see what I have to deal with?” At the next stoplight she showed me … Continue reading

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Fight Stories: Celebration or Cry For Help?

The conventional wisdom states that when it comes to mens’ adventure magazines in general, and magazines with a sweaty guy on the cover in particular, they simmer with barely disguised homoeroticism.  The counter culturalists of the red pill argue that … Continue reading

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Grown Up Book Report: Free Speech Isn’t Free

Roosh V’s Free Speech Isn’t Free, an autobiographic account of the author’s attempt to host an independent book and speech tour in the face of overwhelming opposition by hordes of outraged feminists (are there any other kind), their brave Sir … Continue reading

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Johnny Got His Paperback

The world needs more men’s adventure fiction. You’ve probably seen at least one click-bait article featuring a series of garish and campy covers for the men’s adventure fiction magazines from the 1950s and 1960s.  They feature bright colors, exclamation points, … Continue reading

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On the Alt-Right and Being Your Own Man

This Evil Has Many Axes You’re reading a guy who spent half a decade languishing in one of the internet’s ghetto’s, poking the proto-SJWs until they finally ran him off for not conforming to the “Diversity Uber Alles” party line.  After … Continue reading

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On Authenticity, Part One

No thank you, you don’t look like you believed me the first time. One of the less fortunate aspects of this modern world is it’s overwhelming reliance on sarcasm and irony.  Much like the Red Pill itself, once you notice … Continue reading

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