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    Member J N Morgan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_e View Post
    Feel free to add to it. Especially the MGTOW collection if you have any links.
    The only think I can think of to link is a few of my books that portray feminists being 'raped', a young woman who has a rape fetish, a bad marriage with potential tips on how to give yourself financial protection, and the like. Honestly though, I've done enough shilling in the past couple days, TOO much shilling. If you end up checking out the books and think they're MGTOW-worthy, then you can link them here yourself if you like. Um... OH! Terrence Popp! Dude's a fucking LEGEND! Well actually he's not, only like 32,000 subscribers and he seems to be stuck at that many even though his vids are AMAZING!

    He's red-pilled as fuck, been put through the wringer, his wife killed his own fucking dog (I think while he was deployed), he's a US Army veteran who has seen three wars and been wounded in two, did the Ranger training, did he mentioned that he was a Navy Seal? Can't remember, but he's done a fuckton of training and still works out regularly. Pushing 50, I hear his target audience is mostly men my age. Young punks in our 20s, maybe early 30s who are still learning and late teens who haven't even gotten started in life. Help us learn from his mistakes. Says if he can save just ONE dude from experiencing what he has, then it has been worth it, and it's indeed saving dudes. I'm pretty much one of them, even though I was basically going MGTOW before I even knew what MGTOW was.

    Anyways, if you want a good laugh with some rather crude humour, and an overdose of honesty no matter how harsh, then definitely check him out. He's also written some books (even though he's dyslexic... don't know how that works), and have written some poems over the years surprisingly enough. Doesn't seem like the poem type of guy, but honestly, some of them are pretty badass. There's YEARS of content there, so definitely check him out. Oh yeah, and on the matter of Army vs Marines and what not, he's stated a couple times that pound-for-pound, a Marine Private fresh out of basic training is a better-trained soldier than an Army Private fresh out of basic training. Even though he himself is Army. The dude seems quite legit, and unbiased. I can respect that.

    Oh, and I've got a start made on my 7th book after a pleasant 3 days or so of resting my noodle... that sounds more vulgar than I meant it, but anyways, looks like the Living amongst the Dead trilogy will become a quadrilogy. We'll see how long it takes. I'm typically good for pumping out a book a month, though I might take my time a bit more with this one. I also don't know what to call it yet since I don't want to simply number my books; I'll figure something out as I write, probably.

    Edit: His latest vid is a great one to start with, a vid we've been waiting for for a long time. He pulls no punches and tells the bitches EXACTLY where the good men have gone...

    Protip: We're MGTOW. THAT'S where the good men have gone
    Last edited by J N Morgan; 04-28-2017 at 09:44 PM. Reason: Added vid, and some harsh, harsh truth.

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    Senior Member CamilleLion's Avatar
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    Here's a few

    College: Women's Studies Department, Safe Spaces, Trigger Warnings, Micro-Aggressions, Censorship:

    * Title IX: Laura Kipnis - just Google her, she's leading efforts to try and grapple with the Title IX Kangaroo courts set up in Colleges.

    * National Women's Studies Association - body overseeing University accreditation (I think) for women's studies programs.

    * In College and Hiding From Scary Ideas. Brilliant NYT article illustrating what's happening on college campuses nowadays and the weird reasoning they use, censorship and 'thoughts and ideas are too scary' going on. Conflation of objective, educational spaces with therapeutic spaces.

    * Real Peer Review: Tragically humorous Twitter account to collate and highlight the nonsense "scholarly" crap coming out of Women's and Gender Studies departments.

    * The Factual Feminist: Christina Hoff Sommers - former philosophy professor now at an independent research institute. Long-time advocate against campus feminism and discrimination against boys.

    * No Campus for White Men: The Transformation of Higher Education into Hateful Indoctrination - Camille Paglia

    * The Campus Rape Frenzy: This book uses hard facts to set the record straight. It explores, among other things, about two dozen of the many cases since 2010 in which innocent or probably innocent students have been branded as sex criminals and expelled or otherwise punished by their colleges. And it shows why all students—and, eventually, society as a whole—are harmed when our nation’s universities abandon pursuit of truth and seek instead to accommodate the passions of the mob. (I love that: "the passions of the mob").

    * The FIRE Org - nonpartisan. Mediate lots of Title IX cases, exposing lack of Due Process.

    * Cultural Marxism and "useful idiots" w/ Duke Pesta and Stefan Molyneux. YouTube video. Good discussion between them. See/start @ around minute 11 if TL;DR.

    * Campus Reform: A watchdog to the nation's higher education system, Campus Reform exposes bias and abuse on the nation's college campuses.
    Last edited by CamilleLion; 05-13-2017 at 03:23 PM.
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    Thank you for this great thread Mr. E.

    I'm not sure if anyone's mentioned insideMAN. It kind of falls under all your categories Mr E. It's a website/magazine co-founded by men's rights activist and journalist Glen Poole. It is very active with a ton of articles about issues affecting men written by leading thinkers and members of the site. I cannot recommend this website enough!!!!! You can sign up to it and get updates of its latest posts by email. It deserves all the support it can get.

    Some recent articles from the website:

    - "BBC comedy chat show mocks male victim of domestic violence and gives ‘Mammy of the Week’ award to his abuser"

    - "A day in the life fighting to bring down the barriers to boys’ education"

    Glen Poole, I honestly cannot praise this man enough for what he is doing and what he has done for men. His work is truly amazing. He's the Malcolm X of the men's rights movement. Not many people know about him within the MHRM which is a huge shame. He is a great voice for men's rights. He's written some of the most amazing, most insightful articles I have ever read for some of the leading newspapers in this country.

    I am just going to quote a passage from one of his articles if I may. Its taken from an article that he wrote on domestic violence against men for The Guardian of all newspapers.

    "Our cultural understanding of gender is shaped by a relentless, binary narrative that maintains our unconscious, collective belief that men are problems and women have problems. It’s a cultural meme that seems to have taken up permanent residence in the mindsets of both social conservatives and progressive liberals. Traditionalists think men should protect women and children from the unpleasantness of the manmade world, while progressives think women and children should be protected from men and their patriarchy.

    There is little room for the female perpetrator or the male victim in mainstream modern discourse around gender. It’s a story where there are only two major roles on offer to men – the unhealthy masculine perpetrator or the healthy masculine protector."
    Last edited by Equity; 05-16-2017 at 09:55 AM.

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    Can't miss out the work of William Collins's The Illustrated Empathy Gap.
    He's been writing top quality in depth researched content for years, covering every issue one can imagine.
    "...especially when it comes to communication, it can be observed, if it is not a negotiation it's a war."
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    oh give me a home where the hookers do roam, and the femsocialists aren't on tv all gay
    where seldom is heard a man demonizing word, and the skies aren't snowy all day
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