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Casual Sexism

It’s not worthwhile to rant and rave over every single instance of this sort of thing — we’d never have time for anything else — but the occasional note on the casual sexism of our culture is worth making. While … Continue reading

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s/Jew/Beta/

He hath disgraced me, and hindered me half a million; laughed at my losses, mocked at my gains, scorned my nation, thwarted my bargains, cooled my friends, heated mine enemies; and what’s his reason? I am a Jew. Hath not … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Human Worth

Looking around the web the other day, I came across another instance of the “you’re just a loser who can’t get laid” ad hominem, delivered by a feminist to some fellow making an uncongenial argument. It occurred to me that … Continue reading

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Dear 38 Year Old Woman

Dear 38 Year Old Woman, I saw your profile on Match.com the other day. You indicate that you “definitely” want children. That’s understandable. However, you close your profile with this: Would love to meet some new folks to explore the … Continue reading

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MRA/PUA Hate

The tyranny of small differences is in full flower in the manosphere. Despite appearing all-but-indistinguishable to the feminist-indoctrinated majority, there’s a lot of internecine hate between the various tribes and cliques that have coalesced around various ideas. For instance, you … Continue reading

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Sexism

Men and women are different. They have different strengths, different weaknesses, and different preferences. They flourish in different environments. The feminist project is a concerted attempt to transform all aspects of life to be more hospitable to the feminine. Inevitably, … Continue reading

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Engineering vs. Law

As a Western man, it’s important to never lose sight of the fact that your culture hates you. Consider the question of male/female representation in various fields of study. Law School From an interview with Edward Tom, of Boalt Law … Continue reading

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