If we are going to examine the mistakes of others, it should be with the goal of amending the mistakes which we make ourselves. Men and women have been set up to be adversaries; it’s crucial that we learn to become partners.
Narcissistic women, and codependent (covert narcissist) men make terrible couplings. They’re also the norm these days.
Asperger’s is over-diagnosed; for most people, the symptoms can be easily dealt with.
Gravity Falls is a children’s program that’s better than most, and yet it advocates effeminacy and sociopathy while mistaking this for a virtue.
Feminists are right about men, if you restrict their assessment to feminist men alone. The Gamma and the Omega are nothing more than sad reflections of the Sigma and the Alpha, respectively.
This forty minute video is designed to be a how-to guide for introverts on how to improve their ability to relate to others; both for the sake of improving their interpersonal outcomes, as well as enabling them to maintain a shield of privacy when circumstances demand socialization.
Plotting a course to our hopes and dreams grows ever more difficult, as the incentives which make up the social fabric of society shift, and defection is prioritized over cooperation.
We are all prisoners of this world, all of us locked into this psychopathic trust game with one another, and the only sane answer is – each and every time – to defect, to sell out your co-conspirator, and to hope to God that they’re just a robotic simulacrum that sold you out first.
This is a follow-up to my recent article Game Versus the Reactosphere, and my video The White Knight, as well as an expansion on the concepts in another video, Men Are Responsible for Feminism; Esoteric Trad has written a response to my first article here, and Free Northerner published a similar piece to this one titled The Slut Event Horizon. Women’s capacity for moral agency (or lack thereof) is seldom a question which is specifically addressed; neither here in the Neoreactionary/Manosphere circles, and certainly not in the culture at large. In our case there are several reasons that it doesn’t...
One of my biggest pet-peeves is seeing people argue at cross-purposes, and I think that’s precisely what’s going on with this debate between the Neoreactionaries and the Game bloggers: both sides are arguing against a caricature, due to the fact that – despite using the same terminology – they’re both using the terms with subtly different nuances, thus leading to an apparent disagreement, where no major disagreement actually exists. An example of that confused terminology is the conflation of PUA with Gamer. On the surface they’re very similar. They both write about picking up women, they both use words like...