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It’s Slowly Building Momentum

Getting the second blog up and running was the start. Now it’s moving ahead with blog posts and more details. As my regular have likely sensed, I’ve taken a more moderate approach with Red Pill Dating and The Private Man. If ya’ll have any feedback, please post it here.

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And the Spring Break Meetup is coming up soon! It’s the opportunity to meet some cool guys, me, and my ugly dog!


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9 thoughts on “It’s Slowly Building Momentum

  1. Sherlock on said:

    Have you read David Deida? His books have incredible insight into masculine feminine polarity and dynamics. I`m sure you could get a lot of inspiration for your writings through reading him.

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  3. Nupnupnup on said:

    I would also recommend Mark Manson on that topic – less well written than Deida but ultimately more substance to it than the way of the superior man.

  4. Hamster Tamer on said:

    It’s a start. OTOH, there’s now a century+ of published writing in the Anglosphere (going on 200 years in France) which articulately denigrates virtually all of the traditional, society-enhancing roles of women. The Marxists have amplified it all quite effectively, and added tons of their own. 👿

    Personally, I want to avoid the Total Collapse/Revolution/Mad Max scenarios, thus I’m going to comb world history for examples of “sea changes” that occurred in less drastic fashion… help me out, you well-read humanties Man-o’s.

    • Nupnupnup on said:

      Arguably the changes between leading European (and the US) powers in post medieval times could fit that – sure there were wars, but mostly one power overstretched itself and went into decline

      • Nupnupnup on said:

        I would actually argue that the MadMax scenarios may not be all that common (the best example is possible the fall of the Roman empire)

      • Hamster Tamer on said:

        Yeah, but the fall of the Roman Empire was really, REALLY bad! One could argue it took 12+ centuries to recover! (Looking at the bastardized hodge-podge known as The English Language vs. the orthogonality and precision of Roman Latin, one might argue we STILL have not “recovered”, lol!)

        Seriously though, I consider the US Civil War, 1861-1865 A.D. to be sufficiently brutal, widespread, and anarchistic to qualify for what I’m calling “Total Collapse”, or “Mad Max”… but… sometimes… “circumstances” take you there! 😮

  5. Some good stuff on the new Twitter, mate.

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