Category Archives: Patriarchy

The Traditionalist Case for Marriage

I’ve heard it said many times in the Manosphere that marriage is a bad deal for men; the woman will divorce you for “cash and prizes” as soon as she becomes “unhaaaapy”, that the family court system is anti-male, etc. … Continue reading

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What is healthy masculinity?

Masculinity is what men are better at than women. Femininity is what women are better at than men. Men are superior to women in the masculine realm. Women are superior to men in the feminine realm. The purpose of a … Continue reading

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Whose Fault is Feminism?

Feminism got started around 1850 with the introduction of Married Women Property Acts to repeal the prior existing Coverture system; Coverture being the last time the United States and England had a stable family system; ever since the end of … Continue reading

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A Husband’s Right to Punish his Wife

How do I view my right to authority as a man? As a man I am meant to create order, to provide rules, to impose obedience upon others to the rules that I set. Men collectively impose rules upon the … Continue reading

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Women Have Value!

I remember, I believe it was in the latter part of 11th grade, a kind of ritual had developed for me; the wonderful excitement of watching my favorite girl enter into the classroom again. I was always happy to see … Continue reading

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In Defense of Male Dominance in Romantic Relationships

Khal submitted a comment under my previous post “The Protection of the Submissive Dependent Wife under Patriarchy” that I’d like to respond to. First of all Khal’s comment seems to completely ignore what I actually said and what I talked … Continue reading

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My Debt to the Women of High School

The origin of how I view women today comes from how I viewed women in high school. High School (in the late 1980s) was the starting point or the foundation for how I felt and thought about “womanhood” and the … Continue reading

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