The Romantic Market of Traditional Men and Women

There is a problem for the single traditional men and women out there, namely how to find a good romantic partner of the opposite sex who is traditional like you in a hostile feminist world. Are there any traditional women out there? Are there any traditional men out there? How do us isolated rebels find each other in the feminist mob where everybody is a feminist it seems? Continue reading

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The Poison of Promiscuity and the Necessity of Marriage

What is the purpose of marriage, what is the purpose of the sacrifice and the idealism of marriage? Without marriage children will not be provided for and taken care of as they should, as they deserve as children. It is possible to continue to have children without marriage, having children outside of marriage and single motherhood and such, but it is definitely not possible to have a civilized sustainable community without marriage. Continue reading

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Rush Limbaugh advocating for Men’s Rights and Traditional Masculinity

I started listening to the Rush Limbaugh show off and on since around 1993. The Rush Limbaugh show was actually my main vehicle for moving in a more conservative direction socially; the idea of taking responsibility for myself and my future and the goal of improving myself and my performance abilities in general. Rush Limbaugh introduced me to the idea of out-of-wedlock births being a problem; my first awareness that “something was wrong” in terms of how relationships between men and women were working or not working in society overall. Continue reading

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Fourth Year Anniversary for Secular Patriarchy!

It has now been 4 years ago today that I launched this website here Secular Patriarchy. That was an exciting time of drama. It was my first independent website ever, earlier I had subsisted on commenting at other people’s websites. This website started as an extension of me promoting the TWRA (Traditional Women’s Rights Activist) cause, me wanting to join myself to the new group (the TWRA group) because it was the first time I had ever seen a group of people advocating for patriarchy from a secular point of view in a way that was not male centric, not just focused on male interests only as the MRAs were inclined to do. True a couple of months later I got into various disputes with the TWRAs so now I am acting independently as a self-proclaimed Traditional Family Activist or TFA but that is the origin of how this website came to be. Continue reading

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The Deserved Downfall of the Modern Man

“The modern man was good hearted, cared about others, expected good things out of the world and believed in equality for all. He believed in the golden rule, and believed that the rule of law would enforce it if push came to shove. He tried his best to make the world a better place for everyone. He expected his efforts to have an effect, and that society would reward him in kind. He believed that happiness was the result of good intentions. Sadly this man can no longer survive in the world.”

So says RedPillSchool at The Red Pill on Reddit in his post “Building Power – 200,000+ Subscribers, A New Direction”. Continue reading

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The Red Pill urging men to Build Power

The Red Pill subreddit on Reddit was founded on October 25, 2012 by pk_atheist. On April 25, 2017 the Daily Beast uncovered the true identity of pk_atheist as being Robert Fisher, a now 31 year old man who was elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives in 2014 and re-elected in 2016. Robert Fisher then resigned his position on May 17, 2017 due to the controversy of him being uncovered as the founder of The Red Pill on Reddit. Continue reading

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Moralistic Therapeutic Deism represents Atheism Invading and Taking Over Christianity

What is the purpose of religion? Talking from an atheist or sociological perspective here, what is the purpose of religion? Is it to feel good about oneself? Is it to be good, to be moral? Is it a tool that helps people to live together, a way for a group to share common values and moral beliefs to facilitate community purpose and social interaction within the group? Is it about shared rituals and socialization, feeling a part of something greater than oneself? Continue reading

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