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What Women Lost

For all we have supposedly gained in equality, we have lost even more in our distinctiveness. And I would argue that no one has lost more than women. Seventy years ago, women who chose to work could do so and many did. But many more women followed their natural impulse toward motherhood, choosing not just to have children, but be members of a society that still valued having mothers in the lives of their children enough to support an economy where the man worked, and the mother was there to raise the next generation, provide love and guidance, and to…

A Deliberate Heart Attack

Men and women are different, not just biologically but emotionally and psychologically as well. Western democracies have fallen victim to the plague of Egalitarianism. We have been told for decades that everyone is the same and we are all interchangeable, when in reality, nothing could be further from the truth. The problem we are having in the West is not women’s interest in politics, it is women taking leading roles in politics in which they are not adapted to excel. Because of this, politicians have begun to cater to the whims and fancies of women, not to help them, but…

Man’s Higher Purpose

This article is not intended for women. When I say “you”, I am addressing men individually or collectively; when I say “we”, “us”, or “our”, I am including myself; but in neither case am I addressing or including any woman. I will, undoubtedly, address the other half of this issue at some point in the future, but not today, not in this article. There is an order to things. Creation exists as and each creature exists within a hierarchy. God is higher than man and man is higher than the animals. Christ is the head of the Church and man…

How the Media Divides Both Sexes

Have you ever wondered why leftist talking heads, “journalists”, and media pundits continually screech, “How can women embrace misogynistic far right movements?!” Why do they spend so much time conjuring images of right-wing women being forced to surrender their freedom to balance working in the capitalist market with securing as many causal sex partners as possible – in order to be perpetually pregnant and enslaved in the kitchen of a fascist dictator, who views her as chattel? Why does the media neglect the main thrust of our movement and focus on those men who we ourselves have had to cast…

A Better Context for Women

Our movement, such as it is, and society run in parallel: both have an interest in creating a thriving civilization. That cannot be measured by economics alone, but incorporates many threads, including a sense of well-being, achievement of excellence in culture, honesty, something worth living for, social order, the family, and infrastructure. On all of these points, our society is falling down, mainly because modernism being based in Leftism has abandoned any sense of reality in its symbolic pursuit of Utopia through equality at all costs. This will shock many of us, but women are people, too, and they form…

First Degree Hypocrisy

In 1963 the daughter of a successful Texas property developer, one Laura Welch, caused a car crash in her hometown of Midland, TX that claimed the life of a friend when she was only 17. She and her girlfriend were hurrying to a drive-in cinema when, driving her father’s car, she ran through a stop sign and hit a car being driven by Mike Douglas, also 17, a star sportsman and popular student at her school. Nobody was ever charged for this unfortunate accident. Ms. Welsh went on to marry George W. Bush and become First Lady of The United…

The Rebirth of Venus

The “Woman Question” has been almost as contentious as the “Optics Debate.” I can certainly understand men’s frustration with modern women and with some women within the movement. Some women (and some men) are still perceiving themselves and others through the mutated Marxist lens and are behaving thusly. I myself have been burned enough times to be a justified MGTOW, and yet, I persist. This is largely because carrying on one’s genes is the overwhelmingly biological purpose of this existence as Doug Morrison so aptly pointed out in his piece on the same topic. Before I was fully red-pilled, I…

Modernism, Traditionalism, and the Role of Women

There are forces at work that have been quite successful at convincing women that they can “have it all” and be anything they want to be – all without any penalty. This is like telling an eight-year old that he can do anything he wants to do. He straps on a towel, imagining it to be a Superman cape, then jumps off a roof because he believed he could fly. Is that really all that different from telling women that they can spend their youth getting an advanced degree, work their way up the corporate ladder to financial success –…

A War of Attrition

The problem lay buried, unspoken, for many years in the minds of American women. It was a strange stirring, a sense of dissatisfaction, a yearning that women suffered in the middle of the twentieth century in the United States. Each suburban wife struggled with it alone. As she made the beds, shopped for groceries, matched slipcover material, ate peanut butter sandwiches with her children, chauffeured Cub Scouts and Brownies, lay beside her husband at night – she was afraid to ask even of herself the silent question – “Is this all?” Betty Friedan, The Feminine Mystique On August 18, 1920…

What Cavemen Can Teach Us

So… let’s talk about sex. Not the act pervert, but the reason for it. Making babies. Reproduction is, on the most basic level, the meaning of life: All our pleasure centers are built toward driving us to reproduce our genes. Evolutionarily speaking, the urge to create offspring is the prime directive, so the importance of sex and gender roles really can’t be overstated. While not all women are cut out to be good mothers and some rare ones aren’t even interested in doing so, successful mothers have certain traits they need to embody; Traits like selflessness, extreme care for another…