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Fighting Disempowerment

Fighting Disempowerment

Having just finished Bob Lewis’ “The Feminist Lie” it is easy to be left with a sense of profound powerlessness. The crimes of feminism are many and the negative impact on both men and women are widespread. How can one be inspired to stand up in opposition to feminism when it is so easy to drown in a pool of self-pity and disempowerment? First of all, some clarifications are in order. My “beef” with feminism it its inherent dishonesty. Everyone…

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Guns & Make-up, Champions of Equality

Guns & Make-up, Champions of Equality

Equality is a buzzword that is all the rage at the moment. Equality is good, disparate outcomes are bad we are told. The traditionally mentioned and championed remedies for inequality? Government intervention and funding for social justice busybodies of course. Unfortunately, the left seems to have a monopoly on the term equality, with the moral currency that entails. I reject that conclusion. Speaking about equality, we have to mention the two different forms. Equality of opportunity and equality of outcome….

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Trad Life Yearnings: Whips, Chains & Ballgags

Trad Life Yearnings: Whips, Chains & Ballgags

I have a theory, it might be a “little” bit far out, but I hope you will consider its merits nonetheless. It seems to me that at least part of the increasing popularity of BDSM can be explained by a deep-seated yearning for traditional relationships. Now, I know that on its face this sounds far-fetched. I will go into details below, as well as fleshing out counter-arguments. First of all, why would I think that there could exist a link…

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Reconciling Men’s Rights and Trad Life

Reconciling Men’s Rights and Trad Life

I’ve been thinking about the relationship between the Men’s Rights Movement and the push for traditional values within the wider pro-European peoples’ movement. The arguments and issues put forth by the Men’s Rights advocates drew me in early in my political journey. As a fair-minded individual, the ill and unjust treatment of men today in the West spoke to me. A large portion of this movement is opposition to modern feminism. This is due to the fact that many modern…

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Is “Boring-Shaming” the new Slut Shaming?

Is “Boring-Shaming” the new Slut Shaming?

I have been “boring-shamed” in my life. I’ve been accused of being a boring person. I don’t go out and drink until I vomit, I don’t sleep around with a new Tinder-partner every week, I don’t have a clue who won the season finale on “insert reality program here” and you won’t find me at the neighbourhood weekend party. In other words, I must be supremely boring. Ever since I was a kid, partying, drinking and other similar activities had…

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Male-Female Relationships in the Age of Regressive Feminism

Male-Female Relationships in the Age of Regressive Feminism

Growing up in a self-proclaimed egalitarian country, as a child and teenager I would naturally have described myself as pro-equality. I probably would have accepted the label “feminist” if asked. The political climate in terms of gender relations is remarkably different in Norway where I live and grew up, compared to other countries such as the US. Yet, we’re no Sweden (thankfully) when it comes to feminism. Norway had our first female head of state back in the early 80’s…

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Why the Truth Matters

Why the Truth Matters

I find myself having a lot of socially uncomfortable positions on a wide range of issues. Hiding my political viewpoints consumes a lot of effort and is emotionally draining. As I’m an introvert with limited social skills, this protects the relationships that I have. The merits of this approach can be debated. I have an enormous amount of respect for the people with enough courage to be open about political viewpoints that are frowned upon. Their effort is key in…

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