Category Archives: Personal History

My Escape from the Prison of Feminism

When I look over the history of my life I tend to divide my history into two parts; my feminist days from birth to mid 20s and then my pro-patriarchy identity from mid 20s up to today. My feminist days … Continue reading

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After my Conversion to Patriarchy to become more Powerful and Important in Women’s Lives so that Women would Love Me

In response to my previous post “Why I am not a Men’s Rights Activist” Body Crimes made the observation: “You leave out the rest of the story – how did you[r] relationships with women change after you embraced patriarchy? Did … Continue reading

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Why I am not a Men’s Rights Activist

My initiation into anti-feminism was when I decided intellectually that I was in favor of patriarchy around 1995. The logic of my anti-feminism was that I should contribute to the lives of women more. I developed this 1950s style domestic … Continue reading

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Why I Support Patriarchy – Guest Post by me at Adventures in Keeping House

Why I Support Patriarchy http://athriftyhomemaker.blogspot.com/2013/10/why-i-support-patriarchy.html

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Masculinity and Man’s Purpose as a Man

Are you a man, are you a woman, or are you a person? Myself, I am a man. Yes, I am also a person, men are a subset of the larger category of “persons,” but I never think of myself … Continue reading

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