A personal take on Gamma bias and the anti-male agenda. Part 2: Minimization of female privilege and maximization of male privilege.

In the last post, I decided to write a little about gamma bias. A theory that I have recently been reading about and how it seems to impact the anti-male agenda which I believe to be very real. Part one of this series deals with the minimization of female perpetrators. It seems to me that … Continue reading A personal take on Gamma bias and the anti-male agenda. Part 2: Minimization of female privilege and maximization of male privilege.

In search of a definition of masculinity

I’ve been searching for a definition of masculinity. It seems that everywhere you turn someone has a problem with men and masculinity. Its either men are not sensitive, men don’t make enough money, they don’t care, men are dogs, dishonest, toxic, sexist, under-performing, potential rapists etc. All while being told it’s a man’s world. Masculinity … Continue reading In search of a definition of masculinity

Does the “rite of passage” tradition still have a place in a man’s life today?

Recently, I’ve been thinking about the rite of passage tradition and how it affects us as men and I wanted to share some of my own views. In many civilizations around the world, man was required to exhibit his mental toughness and those timeless masculine traits such as courage, self-reliance and valor to earn his … Continue reading Does the “rite of passage” tradition still have a place in a man’s life today?

Guys who Journal: Much more than writer’s block to contend with

In some of my hardest life moments, I’ve resorted to both constructive and destructive coping mechanisms. But while pin-balling back and forth from the anesthetics of mild alcohol use and sexual gratification to attempted spiritual awakening one thing remained crystal clear; the more I expressed myself while keeping honesty as my main goal, the lighter … Continue reading Guys who Journal: Much more than writer’s block to contend with

We are teaching males not to value themselves

An ideal world In an ideal world, men and women would live in perfect harmony with mutual respect, love and trust. We would encourage and inspire each other to reach our maximum potential as human beings. We would provide a structure for future generations to thrive and build upon these values. Our differences would inspire … Continue reading We are teaching males not to value themselves