Monthly Archives: April 2017

The problems with feminism

Is modern-day feminism dying? Based on research done by YouGov, an internet research firm, only 26 percent of the population in the U.S. identify as being a feminist. A more recent poll was done by Vox that shows that only 18 percent of the population identifies as being feminist. In this same poll it is […]

The Meterosexual is dead

The word ‘metrosexual’ is a lazy term to categorise any guy who likes to look after himself and his appearance. I find it particularly archaic. Originating in an article for the Independent on November 15, 1994, Mark Simpson wrote: “Metrosexual man, the single young man with a high disposable income, living or working in the […]

‘Why I am Not a Feminist’ asks necessary questions

Jessa Crispin is an author and the founder of two liberal magazines. Despite the ironic title of her 2016 novel “Why I Am Not a Feminist,” a spirited attack on modern commercial feminism, Crispin herself identifies as a feminist. Her nonfiction book explains her issues with the now popular “soft and Disney-ified feminism” that has […]

How masculine men protect women’s feminine energy

Masculine energy is all about breaking free from constraints, overcoming, closing the deal, protecting, providing, leading…. all absolutely necessary components for a woman to experience from a man so she feels safe and flourishes in her femininity, and feels like a woman. A woman’s level of desire (sexual and otherwise) increases dramatically when she feels like […]

Our male identity crisis: What will happen to men?

We are experiencing a male identity crisis in Western Society, brought into sharp focus by the global economic downturn. First, we are seeing a significant shift in the nature of education and employment trends which will have a huge impact on male identities. Boys are seriously under-achieving in public schools in the U.S., Canada, the […]

Only 2% of young men feel completely masculine (compared to 56% of over 65s)

Younger generations of British people don’t see themselves as completely masculine or feminine – and ‘masculinity’ tends to be seen as a negative word by young men   In a new three-part documentary artist Grayson Perry explores British masculinity in some of its most extreme locations – cage-fighters in the north east, in the police […]