Musings From A Married Father Life Has Problems. I have Distractions

Tales Of Privilege – Damsel In The Wasteland 0

Tales Of Privilege – Damsel In The Wasteland

  I wake up in the underground volcano Patriarchy lair off the coast of Saudi Arabia, a bottle of Johnny Oppression still firmly wedged in my bloody fist. It’s just another morning for the Patriarchy. I and other members of the Patriarchy dwell in this dark and dimly lit lair – just like our capitalistic souls – so we can split the rent having donated the majority of our income to the foundation for Promoting Rape Culture. Every morning routine must be kicked off with max testosterone fueled amounts of oppression. ——– In our quest to destroy the environment, I...

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My Brutal Self-Reflection

I’m a fortunate son. Self-reflection is often something we neglect – or perhaps I simply avoid. I’d like to give a shoutout to DCLlive for his post, “Don’t Lose Your Identity”, that got me reflecting honestly about where I am at in my own life after discovering the manosphere and principles of TRP.    If I am brutally honest, I feel like a pampered failure who has squandered his inheritance in a pig’s snout. My pride hurts.  While other people I know might believe I’ve got it together, I know deep-down that I don’t. Change is often something that must...

Laziness Is Derailing The Spanish Learning Process 0

Laziness Is Derailing The Spanish Learning Process

I like to say things in Spanish with an Antonio Banderas  accent. In fact, my goal is to sound like Antonio Banderas with every word.  The only problem is that my laziness and refusal to practice my Spanish, go through the flashcards, ect is preventing my Antonio Banderas future.   This should be me: However, it is not.  Google translate isn’t all it is cracked up to be, and quite often, it’s dead wrong – no wonder some native speakers look at me weird when I try to compose some crumbled phrases together. Talking like him is impossible if I...

If You Support Abortion Rights, You Should Opposed Forced Vaccinations 0

If You Support Abortion Rights, You Should Opposed Forced Vaccinations

Do You Get A Say In What Happens To Your Body? Today, the question that is captivating the public’s attention is, “Do you alone make the choice’s over your own body, or do others have some say in it?”  You would think that most of the people who insist that only you have a choice over your body – abortion rights namely – would do the same with the debate over vaccination. Apparently not. Our wise friends at the “The Good Men Project“, a hotbed of consistent bad advice for men lays another gem of wisdom onto us in an...

Why Living Like A Villain Is Shallow 0

Why Living Like A Villain Is Shallow

The False Allure Of Villainy Recently, I’ve stumbled across several articles and posts dedicated to the benefits of living like a villain and why we should consider it.   There were three main points the writer made in the article, Why You Should Live Life Like A Villain, on ROK: – Villains live more fulfilling lives than heroes. – Villains command much more respect than heroes. – The hero never gets the girl while the villain is always up to his eyebrows in pussy. So essentially, you have to sell your soul if you want to get the girl and enjoy life....

Words For My Fair Lass 0

Words For My Fair Lass

I am your rock and refuge. When the weight of the world bears down upon you, I shall be there. My dearest, hold on to me. Disaster may strike, but together we will remain resolute. Biterness and despair shall not encompass us.  Pain shall not hinder us. The jealousy of the world shall only strengthen us. Hold on to me. My strength will shelter you and my fortitude will rescue you from the deepest depths of worry. The dragons may circle our castle, but they will never break our resolve. In the face of destruction, I will remain steadfast for...

Why is Catcalling Bad? 1

Why is Catcalling Bad?

We are often told in life that many things are “bad”.     Some are obvious – theft, rape, murder, ect.  Others such as “cat-calling” are not.   I ran into this article on XoJane in which this smoking hot babe was catcalled. Determined to do something about it, she confronted every last one of them.  Either there were only 3 encounters worth mentioning, or she was only catcalled three times – group encounter for one of those – in a week. Something that kept popping up in my mind: Why actually is catcalling bad? Most men – and I use...

Is Money In Politics Bad? 0

Is Money In Politics Bad?

This always depends on whose money the “political party” and advocates are receiving. Ultimately, it is it’s own time held tradition of American hypocrisy that can be summed up as, “It’s wrong when you do it, but okay when I do.” I came across this article in The Washington Post detailing a list for 2014 revealing the donors for the Center for American Progress.  CAP finally decided to do this after taking some criticism for a lack of transparency from fellow progressives as well as conservatives only too eager to point out flaws in their opponents. Notable top donors include...

“Equality” Was So Last Decade 0

“Equality” Was So Last Decade

The more and more I see posts by feminists – particularly the radfems- there appears to be this vitriolic disdain for the penultimate height of evil that infests our world; the ever dangerous white male. Many of the things said about these “white males” are deemed acceptable statements of “uncomfortable truth” though one would not dare utter similar things about anyone else who either wasn’t white and/or male.   Society is full of double-standards which we usually make excuses for with concepts like Standpoint Theory (Privilege) and the notion that if you are supposedly a member of the opposing group...

In Remembrance: Opinionated Man 4

In Remembrance: Opinionated Man

Opinionated Man a.k.a Jason Cushman recently had the unfortunate experience of being told by WordPress that “mass following” – which literally can include simply following too many people back – is now a WordPress crime under the “spam” category.    We all hate spam, but this is a curious redefinition and it changes how the game is played right in the middle of it. It’s kind of like playing a game with an older brother that suddenly tells you about a new rule in the game that you didn’t know about, but it benefits him alot.  You check out the...

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