Monthly Archives: August 2013

Why Should a Man in this Day and Age Get Married?

Jawara asks: “Why should a man in this day and age in America (or most western countries) get married? No matter how much a man is supposed to “man-up”, why should he take the risk of getting married when it’s … Continue reading

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Cowards, Chauvinists, and Dalrock

Something very interesting is going on over at Dalrock’s blog. Dalrock is the biggest blogger out there in the Christian MRA category of blogs. Christian MRAs, as the name suggests, are a hybrid between MRAs (Men’s Rights Activists) and Christians. … Continue reading

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The Destructive Fantasy of Gender Equality in the Secular Movement

What would gender equality look like? That is the question the panel “Gender Equality in the Secular Movement” centered around at the Women in Secularism 2 conference. Of course to me “gender equality” is a dystopian nightmare; something that fortunately … Continue reading

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About the accusation made by MRAs that I am OK with innocent men being imprisoned for rape

I ordinarily just like to ignore the slander against me often repeated by MRAs that I am OK with “innocent men being falsely imprisoned for rape” or some such formulation. I figure though that since this accusation against me is … Continue reading

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Why Be a Traditional Man?

Because I love women? Because it feels like a natural and right way to be as a man? To be heroic? These reasons seem to be good enough reasons to me. A traditional man is a man acting like a … Continue reading

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Marriage is Masculinity and Coverture

Robert P. George, law professor at PrincetonUniversity, has recently released a new book titled Conscience and Its Enemies: Confronting the Dogmas of Liberal Secularism.  In this book he discusses the meaning of marriage; in particular why so called “homosexual marriage” … Continue reading

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