Category Archives: gender

Why The West Collapsed: Case Study Sweden

The case study method has much to recommend it. There are many theories as to why the West has collapsed, into Multicultural, PC-driven weakness. But no Western nation has collapsed as quickly, and as completely, as Sweden. As the above … Continue reading

Posted in gender, more, multiculturalism, pc, sweden, west | 22 Comments

Why Are Men Angry?

Writer/author Kay Hymowitz offers her take on Why Are Men Angry? with shots at Roissy and other male oriented bloggers. Of course, she misses the point. Almost everyone is angry, being sold a bill of goods: PC and Diversity and … Continue reading

Posted in culture, gender, marriage, men, more, relationships | 53 Comments

When Did Old White Guys Become Jokes?

White professional women like Julie Klausner (and her audience) are not the only ones with a disdain for beta male White guys. Other beta male White guys have internalized the idea that being White (and also, old) is to be … Continue reading

Posted in gender, men, more, politics, president, whiteness, women | 31 Comments

Truer Words Never Written

Roissy has posted the following: The converse should be apparent; women who have been denied the affection and commitment of an alpha lover, or who have been driven insane with spite by the dispiriting attentions of beta males they consider … Continue reading

Posted in gender, more, politics, roissy, society | 2 Comments

More Women Who Hate Women

Just an update. The Huffington Post, run by a woman, Arianna Huffington, has a video of explicit lyrics slamming Christine O’Donnell and Sarah Palin. Both defeated, non-entities. Nothing of course on New Jersey public union fighter Chris Christie. Cher over … Continue reading

Posted in class, gender, more, politics, women | 10 Comments

The Election Results: Go Hunk, Avoid Women

In a fairly large pick-up, Republicans at the time of this writing are predicted to take 65 House seats. But as remarkable as voters switching to Republicans only two years after voting in Democrats, in many cases, has been the … Continue reading

Posted in alpha, election, gender, hunks, men, more, politics, republicans, women | 40 Comments

Vampire Sex and Violence: True Blood and the Bubble of Female Hypergamy

Recently, a writer for Pop Matters blogged his reaction to the extreme sex and violence of the HBO series “Tru Blood,” a show watched apparently only by women and gays. The blogger even calls the combined sex and violence scene … Continue reading

Posted in culture, gender, men, more, sex, tru blood, vampires, violence, women | 38 Comments

Scott Pilgrim Vs. The Movie Goer: Failure of the Fan-Boy Comic Movie and the Gender-Less Movie Star

Failure is more interesting, often, than success. Success can happen for many reasons. A superior plan. Violent execution of a mediocre plan. Pure luck. Pathetic opponents. But failure, and failure repeated, can teach valuable lessons about the world. About what … Continue reading

Posted in comic books, culture, gender, more, movies | 14 Comments

Maxine Water’s "White Men Tax": The Outcome of Diversity

The LA Times has an article describing how the Dodd Financial Reform Bill has a requirement, inserted by Maxine Waters, the Democratic Congresswoman currently under ethics violations charges, establishing offices in each of the 30 financial regulatory agencies and departments … Continue reading

Posted in diversity, economics, gender, more, race | 18 Comments

How Female Oriented Is Network TV?

Just how female oriented is network TV? Very. Almost all shows are oriented towards women, and almost none are oriented towards men. Don’t believe me? Look below. Recently, Ed Bernero sat down for an interview with Deadline Hollywood Daily, and … Continue reading

Posted in culture, gender, more, television | 22 Comments