Category Archives: MGTOW

Nice is a Four-Letter Word:

First in an Occasional Series About Men and Tendentious English (c) 2014, Davd Do not ask me to be nice. It is actually a selfish, mean-spirited demand. If someone asks you to be nice, be sceptical instead. If some of … Continue reading

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Bureaucracy as an Ill Effect of Job Employment:

Double Burdens, Social Inefficiency, and … 2014, Davd The obvious benefit a man gets from his “job”, is money. Many men would work if not paid, but few of us would work in the “job pattern”, if not paid. It … Continue reading

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Like-Minded Men:

It’s High Time We Got Together. (c) 2012, Davd “Jim, watching the cowboys in the final days [of a long cattle drive] … saw things clearly. If this particular group could be held together, each man lending strength to his … Continue reading

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Sexual Orientations:

(Are there six?—or only five?) (c) 2012, Davd Some time during my sixties, my sexuality became a vanishingly small part of my life activity both physical and mental, and while i am still male both anatomically and physiologically, my “sexual … Continue reading

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Promoting Islam by extending Feminist privilege:

An American Paradox? (c) 2012, Davd This post began as a response to an “Outraged Anglican-American Feminist”; and if the Webmaster deems it appropriate and valuable, some of my most general responses to her outrage will appear after the end of … Continue reading

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Better than Solitude

(c) 2012, Davd A man i know by name but not well, woke me from what would have been a good night’s sleep, to tell me he was up on his roof watching the sunset. In the often-muggy Atlantic summer … Continue reading

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So What Else Can a Man Do on Mother’s Day?

© 2012, Davd When i sold fresh herbs to “the better restaurants” on mid-Vancouver Island, chefs used to buy heavily the week before Mother’s Day. Several said it was their biggest business day of the year. Not some time in … Continue reading

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Brotherwood: An Exemplary Forest Cloister

(c) 2012, Davd This summer could have been the season of my 50th wedding anniversary, had the woman i married stayed the course we vowed to journey together1. Had we stayed together, i would probably be spending this summer as … Continue reading

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The Case for a Flourishing of Men’s Cloisters

(c) 2012, Davd Once upon a time, about two generations ago, on both sides of the North Atlantic Ocean, marriage was the usual, preferred social condition of adult men. Some men still living, myself included, were married during that time. … Continue reading

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Wasted Lives and Misplaced Chivalry:

Lessons from the sinking of the Titanic (c) 2012, Davd This is the weekend of the 100th Anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, an event generally accepted as marking historic change: “The end of the Golden Age”; the shipwreck … Continue reading

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