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.
I left active duty after a successful 8 year career not because I didn't like it, but rather because I knew I'd rather be an quality and present father than a stellar sailor. Collecting a pension at 39 sounded like a solid plan, and originally it was. But after my son was born and then my … Continue reading Fathers and Sons