The best way to fight back against those who are looking to eradicate all things masculine, is to destroy the notion that masculinity is something to be associated with negativity. We've all heard it: You're too aggressive You're too competitive You're too focused on your job, your strength, your beard, etc. Society's support of the … Continue reading Positive Masculinity Puts a Spotlight on Red Pill Parenting
I first wrote of how I'd created a modern version of Agoge back in September 2016. Since writing that post, 'Modern Day Agoge: A man’s path to raising a masculine son in a feminized society.' I've received countless emails from other fathers asking how they could implement this style of home education & a Rite of Passage … Continue reading Modern Day Agoge Part II
Women are submissive by nature and in a healthy marriage a wife will defer to her man when confrontation is required. When vetting your woman, look for her submissive nature while at the same time looking to ensure she's a strong woman. My wife submits to me alone, I don't need her strong in the sense … Continue reading Queen & Warrior
This is a continuation of my Burden of Family post. A friend of mine, the creator of the blog Unlocking the Crown recently returned home after his wife delivered triplets. We spoke a few times while his wife was sleeping still in the hospital and I could feel the masculine energy flowing through him. Here he was riding on X minutes of … Continue reading Creator of Life
Nick Kelly recently released a Podcast [Listen Here]. In the Podcast he answers the question as to whether he’ll get married or into an LTR and have kids. He says(paraphrased), “no, not now – possibly not ever.” He then goes on to discuss how he puts work before all else and all of the married … Continue reading The Burden of Family
I’ve always been a fan of historical warriors – then the movie 300 came out and it planted the seed in my mind that someday I would have to raise the next warrior. The movie came out in 2006. I had just graduated boot camp, and I felt like I could single handedly take on … Continue reading Modern Day Agoge: A man’s path to raising a masculine son in a feminized society
I have been tracking my reading since 2013 as I thought it would be pretty cool for me to provide a list to my kids when they got a little older, allowing them to see the mental adventures their old man went on throughout his life. My wife, while she does not track her reading … Continue reading Read to/with/and in front of your kids.