Guarding her equality.

As I’ve demonstrated (here and here), an underpinning belief of complementarianism is that the source of feminist resentment is sinful men, men who are not sufficiently nice and accommodating. continue

Entropy and the pumps.

Blue Pill Professor asked:
In short, I think the efforts to destabilize marriage and family are so broad reaching that saying “remove the effort has little meaning.” Remove what? Movies, TV continue

“We did retreat”

Note: I have no training or expertise in police procedure, and this subject is off topic for this blog. However, after raising questions in a post the other day, I decided to follow up with the additional information I’ve been able to gather. I should also note continue

How to be a hero.

By Dalrock

As feminists have run out of institutions to mark as feminine in their futile effort to abate their driving pangs of envy, they have more and more turned to marking men themselves as feminine. Part of this no doubt is the recognition that it is far easier to convince continue…


By Dalrock

What started out as a seemingly harmless fiction was merely the early stages of an all out jihad against manly pride. Eighty years after we pretended that Earhart was like Lindbergh because a man flew her across the Atlantic, we now have to pretend that women are part continue…

The race to be first.

By Dalrock

This is the story of the brave men who were inspired by Charles Lindbergh’s 1927 transatlantic flight to attempt one of aviation’s greatest triumphs. In 1919 Alcock and Brown were the first to fly across the Atlantic, an amazing feat in an open cockpit WW1 bomber. Then continue…

A coat and a hairstyle.

By Dalrock

Elizabeth Holmes is part of a storied tradition of feminist pioneers who were willing to do what it takes to be like trailblazing men. Holmes of course has patterned herself after Steve Jobs:

Like Jobs, Holmes wears a daily “uniform” of a black suit with a black cotton turtleneck.

But continue…

What else could they want?

By Dalrock

Vox Day has a post today about Forbes revising its wealth estimate for Elizabeth Holmes from $4.5 billion to zero. Yet from this article it is clear that Holmes has all of the attributes to be a kickass tech visionary:

Lab coat? Check
Ponytail? Check*
Fanboys? Check

The continue…

Fragile femininity and our masculinity crisis.

By Dalrock

Conservatives frequently complain about a masculinity crisis among younger generations of men, but while feminists probably are succeeding somewhat in their efforts to feminize young men, their primary success has been in making women less feminine*:

The Bem Sex-Role Inventory (BSRI) is one of Sandra Bem’s most notable contributions to continue…

Comment of the month.

By Dalrock

I haven’t done this before, but Opus’ comment on the 18th deserves recognition:

Somehow (and as at best a sceptic) I find it very hard to think that Christianity just happens to be a perfect fit for Feminism and that despite this no one these past two thousand years – continue…

Misers are miserable.

By Dalrock

Perhaps the greatest disappointment for feminists is their failure to make men miserable by getting them to do traditionally female roles. Feminists didn’t understand that their misery came from their own miserly hearts, not from the act of caring for others. Not only has becoming more like continue…


By Dalrock

There was an altercation down in Houston over the weekend that was caught on video and ended up as a story at the Daily Mail:

Note that the woman spends the first minute of the video trying to get a fight started between the men, and the three men spend continue…