Author Archives: Jesse Powell TFA

About Jesse Powell TFA

Anti-Feminist, MRA, Pro-Traditional Women's Rights Traditional Family Activist (TFA)

The End of Roe vs. Wade

Roe vs. Wade; born January 22, 1973, died June 24, 2022; just short of 50 years old.  I have noticed before big cultural changes happening every 50 years; in 1870 the end of coverture, in 1920 women’s right to vote, … Continue reading

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The End of the Coronavirus Pandemic in the United States

The coronavirus pandemic is now over in the United States I would say.  The last of the major restrictions was lifted on or shortly after April 18, 2022 when U.S. District Court Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle invalidated the nationwide mask … Continue reading

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The Moral Outlook of Traditionalism

I see myself as a traditionalist first and foremost because family life worked well in the past, much better in the past compared to today, this being provable by statistics.  What made the past work, what are the key characteristics … Continue reading

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Is Patriarchy in Peril?

This is in response to the video at the 21 Studios youtube channel “Patriarchy In Peril.”  The culture is in peril, fatherhood is in peril, respect for male authority is in peril, but that doesn’t quite mean that patriarchy is … Continue reading

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The Newly Emerging United States Fertility Crisis

The 2020 Final Birth Data report for the United States has been released.  What I was hoping for was to be able to confirm that the proportion of women of reproductive age (15 to 44 years old) who were married … Continue reading

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Feminism as the Erasure of God

Did I chose to be a feminist in my younger years, say from birth to my mid-20s?  I certainly was a feminist, or at least would consider myself to be feminist from my current point of view.  The funny thing … Continue reading

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Masculine and Feminine Pride versus Patriarchy

On November 1, 2021 Scott Yenor gave an impressive speech at the National Conservatism Conference, the same venue Josh Hawley spoke at the prior day (October 31, 2021), titled “The Family Form That Nations Need.” This speech was better than … Continue reading

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Masculine Pride versus Patriarchy

Josh Hawley delivered a keynote address to the National Conservatism Conference on October 31, 2021 with the title “The Future of the American Man.”  Josh Hawley was elected Senator from Missouri in the November 2018 election beating the incumbent Democrat … Continue reading

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Taking the God Pill Expands

I see myself as a Traditionalist, someone who believes in and follows Natural Law, someone who is to obey God or the Superior Power, but I don’t believe in God in a literal sense and I am not a Christian; … Continue reading

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The Traditionalist Challenge to Modernity in the Catholic Church

The Catholic Church, or at least Catholics, have a reputation for being liberals; it is Evangelical Christians who are known as being conservatives or at least tied to the Republican Party and more recently specifically being supporters of Donald Trump.  … Continue reading

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