Castration is not the answer.
Why male-only spaces matter.
The red pill can’t bring back what was lost.
A red pill: Cryonics and hostile wives.
Psychology Today on female desire.
It’s possible to get to a point in life where you are beyond help.
On the fissures appearing in neoreaction.
Related: Paleoreaction and neoreaction.
Related: Land vs. Anissimov.
Related: Neocameralism is autistic.
Related: Bryce does not think monarchy is in the cards.
Related: A good case for monarchy.
The world will become nerd vs. non-nerd.
Real life examples of low-hanging fruit.
Cathedral coordination between reporters and PR flacks.
The puritan hypothesis goes mainstream.
Neoliberalism, Robert Strauss, and Robert Rubin.
The Russia, PRC, Saudi Arabia axis.
Language and the swim of Cthulu.
Jim on gay marriage.
Onward Christian bloggers.
Great read: The desolation of the autumn people. Vox comments.
Related: The intellectual pretensions of the nihilists.
Related: The anti-existence nihilism of liberalism.
Related: Stupidity in book reviews.
Catholic schools being forced to teach all religions are equal.
A look at Fred Phelps.
Seems that weird red pill Christian BDSM blog that popped up months ago was a troll.
Some feminists realizing sex-positivism is not good for women.
The awesome temporary power of young attractive women.
The American bachelor as a Mexican fisherman.
The high cost of female coders.
Benevolent sexists happier.
The new morality: Lying to your paramour about being a man is ok, but someone else revealing that the liar is a man is not.
Should it really take 14 years to become a doctor?
Economic bubbles disproportionately hurt women and minorities.
Intelligent people more likely to trust others.
Pay for your own birth control.