Category Archives: Manliness

Hurting women

New commenter Rachel attempted in several comments to redirect the topic in the discussion of Why won’t he hurry up and die already? beginning with: Hi, I know this blog is about the destructive and weak behavior of women in … Continue reading

Posted in Manliness, Rebellion, Turning a blind eye | 104 Comments


In the discussion of What is closeness? I pointed out that the Sensitive Elliot clip does an excellent job of showing that what we culturally think of as “sensitive” really isn’t sensitive at all.  Elliot is oblivious the entire time, … Continue reading

Posted in Attacking headship, Closeness, Fatherhood, Feminists, Game, Headship, Manliness, Marriage, Motherhood | 454 Comments

What is closeness?

Much of the objection to my last post stems from a misunderstanding of what constitutes closeness between a husband and wife. What closeness is Cane’s description of the laugh he shared with his wife after church is a perfect example … Continue reading

Posted in Beautiful truth, Book of Oprah, Closeness, Manliness, Manosphere Humor, Marriage, Romantic Love | 159 Comments

How much should a husband share with his wife?

New commenter ayatollah1988 asked how much a husband should turn to his wife for emotional support: Dalrock, I was wondering if you had any thoughts on this. I’ve heard it talked about in the Manosphere a lot about how men cannot … Continue reading

Posted in Beautiful truth, Book of Oprah, Closeness, Envy, Game, Headship, Manliness, Marriage, Ugly Feminists | 289 Comments

Remaking the princess, evicting the prince.

Disney has a new television program about a young princess in training titled Sofia The First.  Nancy Kanter (Senior Vice President, Original Programming and General Manager, Disney Junior Worldwide) explained when announcing the series at the Huffington Post that as … Continue reading

Posted in Brothers Grimm, Disney, Envy, Fantasy vs Reality, Feminist Territory Marking, Feminists, Foolishness, Manliness, Misandry, Moxie, Stantons Heroes | 274 Comments