Category Archives: Game

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

What is the blue pill?

Blogger Bnonn recently took a catty swipe at this blog and the larger Christian men’s sphere in a sixteen part tweet. 1/16 There are lots of folks calling themselves red pill Christians. This is no better than feminist Christians, or … Continue reading

Posted in Bnonn, Chivalry, Courtly Love, Cuckoldry, Dave and Ann Wilson, FamilyLife, Feminists, Game, Men's Sphere Lexicon, New Morality, Pastor Doug Wilson, Pastor Michael Foster, Romantic Love, Servant Leader, Sir Lancelot, Traditional Conservatives, Wife worship | 200 Comments

Must a father teach his son to fix things?

In response to Giving thanks for fathers commenter Oratorian wrote: Coming to this a little late, but does anyone have any insight about how the father-son passing on of masculine roles works among men who are NOT interested in or capable … Continue reading

Posted in Fatherhood, Finding a Spouse, Game, Manliness | 88 Comments