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Warren Farrell
  • Florida Fights Fatherlessness 2022 – Is Your State Next?
  • Teasing: Emotional Intelligence Training, Dad-Style?
    Excerpt, The Boy Crisis pages 148-149 The verbal equivalent of dad-style roughhousing is dad-style teasing. While dad-style boundary enforcement teaches children the meaning of a red light, dad-style roughhousing and teasing provide practice with interpreting…
  • Fathers Knows Less?
    Excerpt – Warren Farrell, The Boy Crisis (pg 191)  How Did Father Knows Best Become Father Knows Less? Parenting while male didn’t always evoke fears of incompetence or sex abuse. Before the Industrial Revolution, boys…
Janice Fiamengo
Stephen Baskerville
  • The Divorce Monster Has Its Claws in Both Parties
    originally published in the American Thinker The “fatherhood bill” of Florida governor Ron DeSantis is predictably attacked by the radical left.  This is because the left is clever and the right is foolish.  That is why the…
  • Real Men Missing
    (This article was republished from the Jan, 2022 issue of Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture. All rights reserved by the Charlemagne Institute.) Emasculated conservatives calling for the restoration of America’s lost manhood are often the ones…
  • Excerpt: A Gentleman’s Guide to Manners, Sex, and ruling the World — Divorce
    S. K. Baskerville Divorce pages 173-178 I receive letters, calls, and email messages almost daily, and they always begin with words like this: “You won’t believe what happened to me.” But I do believe it,…
Paul Nathanson
  • Midsommar: Cinematic Myth or Parable
    Paul Nathanson [12 July 2019] Midsommar (Ari Aster, 2019) is a horror movie. In fact, it’s probably among the most horrifying horror movies ever made. That’s mainly because the bad guys (apart from unsympathetic protagonists)…
  • A Requiem for Manhood
    By Paul Nathanson Yesterday was a fine spring day. On my way out for the afternoon, I saw some yellow tulips shyly lifting their heads to the sky and the first bright and feathery leaves…
  • The Price of Pacifism:
    By Paul Nathanson The Great War produced several fine movies during the 1920s and 1930s (before the next war became a topic of greater urgency). Notable among these are Wings (William Wellman, 1927), Sister in…
Moiret Allegiere
  • Tales of befuddled fatherhood #1
    Writing this, right here and now, our young son has one year and two months written on his bill of life. Myself – well, I am in my mid-thirties and am a very proud (and…
  • Age and the Immature Pistols
    John Lydon – the artist formerly known as “Johnny Rotten” – is, at the moment of writing, 65 years old. When he sang/screamed/cauterwaled for the Sex Pistols, he was about 19 years old. A friend…
  • Fatherhood
    Fatherhood is one of those remarkable happenings in life that truly exposes a man to himself; his roots grow ever deeper and he roots himself and his child and his family in the gentle caress…
Tom Golden
  • Shenandoah National Park and Big Meadows
    ​I just got back from Big Meadows in Shenandoah National Park and thought I would share some photos.  This one is not about men’s issues, it is just for fun. No one knows how the meadow…
  • What Does Ritalin Really do to ADHD? You will be shocked.
    The play instinct is in a wide variety of animals and has been found to have its own circuit in the mammalian brain. An important research finding is that play is essential for boys and…
  • Where do Boys Find Healing?
    Where do Boys Find Healing? A mom came to see me for therapy worried about her 12 year old son. Since her husband’s death her son played basketball. Lots of basketball. Morning, noon and night! …

Latest Posts

  • Shenandoah National Park and Big Meadows
    ​I just got back from Big Meadows in Shenandoah National Park and thought I would share some photos.  This one is not about men’s issues, it is just for fun. No one knows how the meadow…
  • An Imagined Rebuttal to Amber Heard’s 2018 Washington Post Column
    By Stephen Bond An Imagined Rebuttal to Amber Heard’s 2018 Washington Post Column This article was originally published at the beginning of the Depp/Heard defamation trial. The guess I made below in the original article about…
  • The Divorce Monster Has Its Claws in Both Parties
    originally published in the American Thinker The “fatherhood bill” of Florida governor Ron DeSantis is predictably attacked by the radical left.  This is because the left is clever and the right is foolish.  That is why the…