It’s hard to enjoy the decline.
Why hypergamy angers us.
Had a date recently: this is something I really need to work on.
Advice for online dating.
Men and women have different definitions of “a normal guy.”
Talk about self-hatred.
The death of the American Dream in Bakken.
An old man thanks youth for their sacrifices for him.
You can’t have American taxes and a European welfare state.
Against the mancave.
A social exercise for men.
Interesting post by Roosh. It seems like he’s slowly burning out.
Women have a monopoly on judgment.
Yay for the family courts in Canada.
Remember, if something makes both sexes happy, feminists must oppose it.
The effect of feminism on blacks.
A female is sick of the carousal and now, having hit the wall, wants betas to pay for her and pay attention to her in her 30s. Also, she spends the first half of the article attacking Venker’s, but Venker was exactly right about her by her own admission. The “logic” of a feminist.
But n-count doesn’t matter.
You can’t have it all.
Death panels? What death panels?
The sad state of modern atheism. Nietzsche would roll in his grave.
How to start a single mom’s ministry.
If you’re asking, you don’t have it.
Colleges lack free speech.
Is the education bubble about to pop?
Good on him. If a social sciences study violates common sense, be skeptical.
Paying for college with prostitution.
Never understood why public whippings are cruel, yet solitary confinement is not.
Speaking of intellectual clowns: Why not just make the headline, “I’m a dumbass who doesn’t understand statistics.” It’d be much more to the point.
Just in: Tax rates have consequences. Surprising.
Work is punished.
Nothing to see here: the system is working.
A letter from a religious business being forced to provide abortificants.
A free market fix to copyright law.
Advice on eating out.
A simple message: don’t be fat.
Best thing I’ve seen on the Petraeus affair.
Female tries to define masculinity for man. Fails.
This might not be so bad; it might leave the door open to suing the psychological profession out of existence.
From Danger and Play:
Via Stares at the World: