Hunter Drew
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A Family Divided

On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, the United States will commence the 59th quadrennial presidential election. The build up to this event is going to begin well before then which has me wondering, for the Trump supporting married/LTR men like myself, what are you going to do when your wife/girlfriend says to you, “We’re voting for […]

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Repressed Masculinity is the only type of “Toxic Masculinity” there is.

“Toxic Masculinity” isn’t real, at least not in the sense mainstream media says it is. There is only one form of toxic masculinity and that is repressed masculinity. Oppressed masculinity becomes repressed masculinity which turns to depressed masculinity. All that rhyming simply means when you’re told to bottle up all of that biological programming, it makes you a […]

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A Child of Suicide

When someone you know and love kills themselves, as uncomfortably ironic as it seems, they hurt those left behind that are still breathing more than they did their own person. That may seem cold and cruel as their life was snuffed out, but when they take the act to turn off the light in their […]

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Saving The World

I’m not the type of man who thinks it is my responsibility or within my capability to “Save the West“. There are plenty of great resources out there that are actively looking to save society and in turn save western culture as we know it. The most prominent which comes to mind is my friend […]

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Father of the Tribe

We’re in a day and age where it takes but a few minutes for an individual to claim their slice of the internet. A blog A website A social media account What you do with that slice is entirely up to you, what I chose to do was start writing my life experiences and views […]

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Taking Back Father’s Day

I’m a big fan of the number 3, I like the balance to it. So, naturally when laying out the content for what was to become The Family Alpha I broke it into three categories: Masculinity Marriage Fatherhood These are the three areas that capture who I am and what I stand for, in that […]

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