Category Archives: Gender Politics Analysis

Men’s Rights Activist Views Going Mainstream on the Right

Something extraordinary happened in the wake of the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation battle; that being the mainstreaming of MRA (Men’s Rights Activist) talk and concern about men being unfairly attacked for their sexual behavior towards women or outright being … Continue reading

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My New Appreciation for Dalrock

When I first heard of Dalrock pretty soon after his blog got started I was suspicious of him because I was suspicious of the MRAs (Men’s Rights Activists) in general and I saw Dalrock primarily as being an MRA. Dalrock … 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 … 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 … 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 … Continue reading

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The Life of Phyllis Schlafly

Phyllis Schlafly died on September 5, 2016 at the age of 92. She was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1924. From a New York Times book review written in 2006 Judith Warner commented: “In many ways, Phyllis Schlalfy, née … Continue reading

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The Shortcomings of the Red Pill

What is the “Red Pill” exactly? LeeLee in Babylon put up a post recently titled “Red Pill Doubts” where she expresses her growing doubts about the validity and healthiness of the Red Pill message that earlier she was highly attached … Continue reading

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