Monthly Archives: March 2020

Finding Real Life in Quarantine

Like most Americans, my corner of the country is largely shut down at the moment due to the Chinese Virus–schools, churches, restaurants, etc. are all closed for at least a month. We’ve certainly been fortunate to be less disrupted than … Continue reading

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Men Going a Third Way – Part 4

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 It is possible to convince women to back away from feminist rebellion, but like any other skill, convincing women is something that needs to be learned, practiced, and developed through patient endurance. Granted, women … Continue reading

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Men Going a Third Way – Part 3

Part 1 Part 2 Very often, men’s perception of female incorrigibility is entirely mistaken. On one hand, there’s women being incorrigible because feminism is a blight on mind, body, and soul that leads to fanatical selfishness and entitlement. And yes, … Continue reading

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Men Going a Third Way – Part 2

Part 1 So if men have to be the ones to correct feminist rebellion so that we can have functional families and maintain civilization, what do we do? I’ve spoken about ways we can improve our odds of succeeding at … Continue reading

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Men Going a Third Way – Part 1

Last year, I wrote a piece at the Federalist¬†in which I illustrated submission in marriage by relating a story about kayaking. To recapitulate it here, my wife and I went to Hawaii a number of years ago and took a … Continue reading

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