One of the several reasons women dominate the printed fiction audience is that there are so few masculine stories out there. There are so few masculine stories to read because so few understand masculine writing. What makes a story masculine? What makes characters masculine? Read on to know…
The Iliad is one of the most important stories a man can read to be a better man or understand manhood. With my new book, The Man’s Guide To The Iliad, these lessons only become clearer. Best of all you can have it for free. Learn how here…
James Bond: women want him and men want to be him. Why? And equally importantly, how can we be like him? What makes James Bond James Bond is relatively simple. Living like Bond however is not an easy task. To live the life Bond lives and bang the girls he bangs you have to be like Bond. Here’s how…
Although the anime audience is primarily young men and boys anime does not provide many good masculine role models. One of the few anime to have masculine heroes is Dragon Ball Z (and it’s continuation Dragon Ball Super). Here’s why it Dragon Ball is the best anime for men and one of the few recommended for men.
The Iliad is a classic text that appeals to all men. It demonstrated in narrative form so many concepts important to manhood; honor, energy, bravery, and strength. The Iliad highlights the current lack of manhood in our culture and demonstrates what we need to regain that lost manhood.
William Marshall, the man you picture when you think of a knight, is largely unknown in the modern world. Thanks to a recent biography of him by Thomas Asbridge, this awe-inspiring man’s story is now available to us. William Marshall is the pinnacle of masculine achievement. We can learn much from him.
Earlier we reviewed some of the damaging lessons young men learn by watching anime. This week we continue with more of the damaging lessons anime teaches our young men. This lesson includes how anime teaches men to be afraid of sex.
Anime has a lot of bad lessons and role models for men and boys. Unfortunately, so many men and boys watch anime habitually. These anime heroes make for poor role models. See what lessons our youth are learning how it hurts them, and why they should avoid anime as a rule.
So many women in timeless stories take the role of the damsel in distress. But that’s not the modern trend. Today’s stories try to tell us that women are heroes not damsels. They can even defeat the evil (male) villain. But this is not grounded in reality. The truth is, women are naturally damsels in distress.
The Greatest Knight: William Marshall as the Pinnacle of Masculine Achievement The Greatest Knight: The Remarkable Life of William Marshal, the Power Behind Five English Thrones by Thomas Asbridge is much more than a biography of one of the most… Read moreThe Greatest Knight: William Marshall as the Pinnacle of Masculine Achievement