Reader Nick Mgtow was kind enough to point to a recent article on Fabius Maximus that referenced ideas from this blog: Child support payments create the new American family The post is excellent, and I’m very pleased to see others outside of the Men’s Sphere pointing out the reality of our new family model.
Summary: Here are some mind-blowing facts about America’s new family system, and what encourages it and makes it work. No matter how traditional the marriage, what follows is often quite different.
Unmarried mothers are one part of the new American family. Divorce is the other.
Other related posts include:
- A look at America’s future after marriage becomes rare
- The coming crash as men and women go their own way
Edit: You can see a full list of his posts on gender topics here.
Fabius Maximus editor Larry Kummer writes on a wide range of topics, most of which aren’t specific to the Men’s Sphere. For example, his most recent post is: Dark secrets about our war in Afghanistan
Summary: Trump has began his term by boosting the war in Afghanistan, just as Obama did. Accompanied by the usual happy talk. But this time we have 16 years of experience and good data. We will not be fooled again — if we pay attention. We can end our mad wars.
I don’t have the expertise to critique his assessment of the war in Afghanistan. However, I can say that it matches my own gut feel, and that I find it persuasive and interesting.
Kummer describes his political perspective (and the politics of the site):
One virtue of the FM site is its clear position about the politics of 21st century America: I stand against them. Choosing a party today is like cattle at the stockyards choosing a pen. They (being smarter than us) don’t bother with party identification. They don’t cheer the “left-side” pen: the virtue of its prisoners, the beauty of the fence, the free food. Those in the “right-side” pen don’t wear logos or bumper-stickers, or trumpet their superior intelligence over those in the other pen.