The $25K Engagement Ring
It’s a daytime broadcast TV show – fit for all audiences – broadcast into every home and endorsed by advertisers. Strangely, when you play it back for them, they don’t like what they see and it curiously vanishes from YouTube. Why would that be? Women justifying a $25,000
Red Pill Girlfriends
Howard Dare takes an interesting look at the new emergence of RedPill Girlfriends – women who appear to understand and respect the principals of Red Pill men. After all, why would a women ever want to be with a weakling, blue-pill beta , or simp? It’s disgusting. Not even a MGHOW can
Where All the Good Men Went
It’s a message for women and doesn’t really belong here, but it’s an excellent answer to the broadcasted question men are fed up with hearing: “Where have all the good men gone?”. So, if they are too unaware to answer it themselves, then should a man do them the favor?
An illustrated introduction to Briffault’s Law, originally conceptualized by Robert Briffault, a British surgeon who found fame as a social anthropologist and later in life as a novelist. Referred to as “the most important concept you can learn as a man”, this edu-taining guide
The Fall of The West
Consider and compare Hiroshima (Japan) and the city of Detroit (Michigan, USA). About 75 years ago, Detroit was THE booming industrial automotive epicenter of the world. At the end of World War II, Hiroshima was entirely destroyed as one of two Japanese cities that had the first atomic bombs
MGTOW In Under One Minute
A scene from “Big trouble in Little China” (Kurt Russell and Kim Cattrall c.1986) encapsulates MGTOW in less than a minute. “God! Aren’t you even gonna kiss her goodbye?!” represents external cues, social pressures and expectations when not caving to them is perceived
"I jump out of planes. When taking into consideration a period of time catering to narcissistic sluts, trying to be what they wanted me to be and sacrificing my own life goals, dreams and aspirations in the process.... getting out of a Twin Otter at 12,000 feet is probably a much more logical and rational act than how I was living my life before."