• Essay,  Pop Culture

    Outrage Addicts Smoking the Media Pipe

    Whenever anyone finds out I support Trump the first thing they do is start lobbing attacks at me. From “How can you support someone who mocks the disabled” to “He wants to have sex with his daughter!” First of all, It’s completely unacceptable and uncivil to approach people you respect and ask them to “DEFEND” completely indefensible actions. I can’t. And I wouldn’t. I shouldn’t be asked to, because I shouldn’t be asked to defend things that are inventions of the imagination, twists of the narrative meant to feed mass addiction to outrage. To approach me with this question is manipulative. FACT: If you do this, you are being manipulative…

  • Creativity,  Essay,  Pop Culture

    The End of Art, Creativity and Free Speech

    I recently wrote a book review of Roosh V.‘s book, “Free Speech Isn’t Free.” As I noted in my book review, Roosh is well known for his books on how to approach, engage and seduce women and his teachings on game. But he is also infamous from the worldwide media storm he created in the summer of 2015 when he was conducting his worldwide State of Man lecture series and the following Men’s Social Meet-ups in February 2016. These dramatic events and the media response are the basis of his new book. My decision to review Roosh’s book may come as a surprise to you and based on your emails…

  • Essay,  Feminism,  Pop Culture

    The End of Women

    I get a lot of flack on this blog about my writing about women and female sexuality. I get a lot of angry letters from men who think female sexuality is shameful and evil or should be repressed. I get a lot of angry letters from women who think that my writing about intimacy and vulnerability is counterproductive to showing women as strong and independent. It’s mind-boggling how angry people are about a woman writing about mature, sexual, powerful, healthy women who love men. It’s the new thing to hate, apparently. I’m interested in our human nature, what drives us biologically, emotionally and sexually. The point I try to make in…

  • Dating Advice,  Essay,  Pop Culture

    Actually, she divorced you because you didn’t care

    A lot of people have sent me this article and asked for my opinion on it. SHE DIVORCED ME BECAUSE I LEFT DISHES BY THE SINK On one hand, I think this is great. There are some nuggets of wisdom that this man articulates very well that can’t be said enough. “If he KNEW that—if he fully understood this secret she has never explained to him in a way that doesn’t make her sound crazy to him” This is great but this is nothing new. It’s only new to this writer because he is finally listening. It finally matters, because he lost something that he valued, even though he never…

  • Attraction,  Essay,  Life Lessons,  Pop Culture

    Why You Should Never Go Dutch on a Date

    Ladies, We’ve gotten to know each other over the past year of this blog and so it will come as no surprise to you that I have a strong opinion and I’m not going to be very delicate sharing it.  You are not supposed to pay for yourself on a date! Don’t do it!  I don’t care about feminism or equality or not wanting to feel obligated for sex or whatever nonsense you’re going to try to throw my way.  This isn’t the workplace, you are wonderful stop having to prove it, and finally you are never obligated to have sex even if he takes you to Paris for tea.…