Patheos discovers the fruits of feminism and they don’t like it.
Related: Feminists should not lie to young women.
Related: HUS also responds to the Rosin piece that started all this.
Related: The hollow fruits of feminism.
Religion makes you beta. Not overly surprising, given the state of modern churchianity.
Masculinity and civilization.
The Red Pill for the manosphere: Each man must decide which is more important, love or sex.
If you marry, marry someone with a low partner count.
So, your parent’s divorcing decreases your life span by 5 years.
Related: “Parental divorce during childhood was the single strongest social predictor of early death.”
Related: The causes of divorce.
O’Rourke on the baby boomers. Excellent like most of O’Rourke’s stuff.
The real war is on children, not on women.
UMan provides a lessons on what girls like.
Cane with a some great satire on his previous Christian game debate.
Related: More on last week’s Christian game debate.
Related: SCA enters the Christian game debate with an excellent post.
Related: Vox advices has a Christian convert to game.
Why don’t men just get it?
Eye contact is important.
How not to be a racist: hehe.
A great piece on marriage.
Let’s have more teen pregnancy.
Why boys don’t read.
As a conservative who also listens to Rage Against the Machine, I found this to be very interesting.
Once you sell your soul once, it’s easy to sell it again.
Atheists demonstrate their open-mindedness.
And yet the socialists still want to have the government control the US’ and Canada’s resource industry. How stupid can they be?
Related: Socialized medicine in action.
I can’t believe that it took 7 years to find that standing in front of a bulldozer like an idiot makes you responsible for your own death. Stupid crusaders.
The former editor of the NYT admits to the NYT’s bias. Will wonders never cease?
Related: Jonathan Chait also admits to media bias.
Related: The leftist media enforces their bias.
Surprisingly, the NYT writes critically of single-motherhood. Unsurprisingly, the lack of “marriageable men” is blamed.
Related: A personal response by someone raised by a single mother.
This is the mainstream article of the week. Read it; it’s awesome satire and highly enjoyable. It’s got all the feminists, and other assorted idiots against it.
Related: Romney sounds like a decent fellow. Between this and the previous piece (read it) I think I might be coming to actually like Romney.
Related: The people who will be deciding the election. Oh my…
Related: The GOP does something right. Oh, yeah.
Student loans are a cancer.
To liberals, the real conservatives are the centrists.
The war on dihydrogen monoxide.
Paul Krugman is wrong? I think it would be more newsworthy if he was actually right.
(H/T: GL Piggy, Troglopundit, Maggie’s Farm, Althouse, Instapundit)