Category Archives: Game

Deep Strength’s book is now available.

Deep Strength’s much anticipated book is now available! From Deep Strength’s post announcing the book: ———————- Deep Strength ———————- The book is now up on Amazon! The Biblical Masculinity Blueprint: A Christian Man’s Guide to Attraction, Relationships, and Marriage in … Continue reading

Posted in Finding a Spouse, Game, Linkage, Marriage | 46 Comments

DC McAllister swarmed by ugly feminists, fired by The Federalist.

Update:  Moderation is now off. I’m late coming to this story and don’t have time to do a proper write up on this (I’ll be turning on moderation tonight). But see this story for an introduction and what looks like … Continue reading

Posted in Beautiful truth, DC McAllister, Federalist, Game, Social Justice Warriors, Ugly Feminists | 194 Comments

Warhorn interview: Define red pill, Game, and MGTOW.

For context regarding this series see this post.  You can also see the whole series. [—————————Begin my email to Nathan—————————] @Nathan 7. Define red pill, Game, and MGTOW. How do these things relate to your work? Or do they? What do people need … Continue reading

Posted in Divorce, Fireproof, Game, Men's Sphere Lexicon, Nathan Alberson, Warhorn Interview, Warhorn Media | 156 Comments

Chivalry Game: How to negotiate desire.

What we commonly know as chivalry and what literary scholars call courtly love has two aspects.  One is a religious/moral philosophy, and the other is a method of seduction (game).  To date I’ve been focusing on the religious/moral side, but … Continue reading

Posted in Chivalry, Courtly Love, De Amore, Game, You can't make this stuff up | 79 Comments

Unless the men are *Christian*.

Pastor Michael Foster tweets: One of the most common questions I get asked is: How do I attract a woman? I asked a wise older pastor how'd he answer it concisely. He said: "You'll attract a woman by getting men … Continue reading

Posted in Aging Feminists, Disrespecting Respectability, Game, Pastor Michael Foster, Turning a blind eye, Wendy Griffith | 137 Comments