Category Archives: Gender Politics Analysis

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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Should Women be Treated Equally or are Women of Equal Value?

Women should not be treated equally to men but women definitely are of equal value to men. Actually the whole idea that treating women differently from men implies an insult against women or a suggestion that women are of less … Continue reading

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The Beginning of the God Revival among Secular People and Atheists

I believe a recognizable and identifiable God Revival has started among secular people and atheists in the United States in the form of the emergence of the Manosphere and The Red Pill. If I was to put an official starting … Continue reading

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Maintaining Masculine Control of The Red Pill

Rollo Tomassi of The Rational Male has an interesting thought piece up on the future of the manosphere and who gets to control and define the meaning of “The Red Pill” going forward; Tomassi’s article “The Purple Pill.” Tomassi points … Continue reading

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I am an MRA and a part of the Manosphere

I wish to publicly identify myself as being an MRA or Men’s Rights Activist and as part of the greater Manosphere overall. This does not indicate that my views regarding women or the duties that men owe to women have … Continue reading

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Rethinking the Manosphere and MRAs

I first discovered the existence of MRAs about 7 years ago. At first I was overjoyed to find that there were so many people “like me” who hated feminism and were strongly opposed to feminism just like I was. To … Continue reading

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