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21 Con 2019 – Oct 24-27 Orlando, FL

I’ll be speaking again at the 21 Convention in Orlando, FL — where the manosphere conversation comes offline and into the “real” world where men can listen, exchange ideas and network face-to-face. ...

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Photo by Peter Beste. 2016.

We Are Not Brothers

I am not your brother. I am not your “bro,” your “brah,” your “brohem,” your “brotha” or your “brother kinsman.” Yes, that’s a thing. I am also not your “bud,” or your “buddy.” Unless we’re actually buddies. Then that’s fine, though I can’t think of any of...

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Évariste Vital Luminais [Public domain or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

STW Episode #13 – John Mosby “Forging the Hero”

John Mosby is a former U.S. Army Special Operations soldier and author of a new book, titled Forging the Hero. He is best known online for his contributions to the magazine Forward Observer, and his blog, Mountain Guerrilla.  FORGING THE HERO A tribal strategy for building resilient communities and surviving...

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All They Have Is Fear

Progressives use every man’s natural fear of showing fear to manipulate him — inventing fake “phobias” and implying he is afraid of everything they want.  But what men are truly afraid of are the legal, social and financial consequences associated with challenging the progressive agenda. 

To listen to the audio version of this essay as a special STW podcast, scroll to the bottom of this page.

 


Progressives only have one good trick, and men keep falling for it.

They keep calling you a coward, so that you’ll do or say whatever they want to prove that you are not a coward.

Odin Illustration by Jack Donovan 2014

The Way of Men, Gods and Runes

Strength, Courage, Mastery and Honor are the four “tactical virtues” that I used to define primal masculinity in The Way of Men. In a band-level society or “gang,” these are the virtues that men would look for and value in other men, because men who...

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