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Positive Masculinity

Our friend Rollo Tommasi, aka Rational Male, has a new book out.
Positive Masculinity is the newest supplemental reading in the Rational Male series designed to give men, not a prescription, but actionable information to build better lives for themselves based on realistic and objective intersexual dynamics between men and women.

The book outlines four key themes: Red Pill Parenting, The Feminine Nature, Social Imperatives and Positive Masculinity.

Free of the pop-psychology pablum about parenting today, Red Pill Parenting is primarily aimed at the fathers (and fathers-to-be) who wanted more in depth information about raising their sons ...
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Aug. 12, 2017, 10:38 a.m.

Women in technology

The fact is that women are less able to code than men. This is from a survey of 36,000 individuals in India.


That means there are 4.45 men for every woman capable of writing correct code. Factor in sex preferences and there are probably 50 men capable of and interested in writing correct code for every woman.
Alpha Game
Aug. 11, 2017, 12:33 p.m.

May I suggest Google?

Seems fitting. Why not a return to the old stomping grounds?
Marissa Mayer is on the job market after the former Yahoo CEO left the company following its buyout from Verizon. But while some have speculated she'll take a role as a full-time venture capitalist, Mayer says she wants another turn in the driver's seat as a CEO, according to a report Wednesday by Business Insider.
I so hope that happens. I really do.
Alpha Game
Aug. 9, 2017, 12:16 p.m.

When less is more

The token is seldom a net benefit:
One of the guys I mentor recently took a job at a large tech company and has seen this problem firsthand. On the SWE team he works with, there are four engineers and one token woman. He complained to me that "it is like having one less engineer," my response was "no, it's like you traded an engineer for a commissar." His boss and many other people in management truly seem to want to fire her, but "their hands are tied." In the worst case scenario, which this seems like: an SJW ...
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Aug. 7, 2017, 12:21 p.m.

The decline and fall of Yahoo!

An insider's tale:
As a former employee of Yahoo!, I can say with absolute conviction that the majority of the problems with the company stemmed from too many women being involved in the first place. When I started in 1999, it was mostly guys. By the time I left last year, it seemed like it was easily 75 percent women. No matter what job or position they were doing, they either were out on maternity leave half the time or just getting back therefrom. It was the most frustrating thing in the world to try to work with.

Have ...
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Aug. 6, 2017, 3:58 p.m.

A portrait in Gamma rage

In the event you did not understand what I mean by the concept of "Gamma rage", this should suffice to explain it. Gammas, and men with strong strains of Gamma, know they are low-status, so they tend to react with disproportionate anger whenever they feel they are disrespected. They mimic Alphas in this way, but their reaction is so over-the-top and embarrassing that they inevitably feel humiliated once they calm down. And unlike Alphas, they never get over it. A Gamma will wait years to try to take a verbal shot at someone he feels has humiliated him, whether the ...
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Aug. 2, 2017, 11:39 a.m.

A Hultgreen-Curie near-miss

Air India edition:
Two pilots have been suspended from duty after their aircraft, carrying 99 passengers, nearly ran out of fuel because they forgot to retract the landing gear after take-off.

Air India Flight AI676 was en route to Mumbai from Kolkata on July 22 but was forced to divert to Nagpur when the crew became alarmed by the speed at which the aircraft was losing fuel thanks to the additional drag created by the extended wheels.

An unidentified source told the Times of India that the “brand new Airbus A320”, one of the most fuel efficient ...
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July 28, 2017, 12:56 p.m.

The female buzz cut

As Heartiste and others have observed, women getting buzz cuts is a reliable indicator of severe emotional stress. I'm sure this:
Her blonde tresses have become her trademark over the years.  But Kate Hudson revealed she has bid her long locks goodbye on Tuesday as the actress was pictured with a bold new buzz cut while on the set of her new movie, Sister. The 38-year-old star proved her beauty knows no boundaries as she defiantly sat in hair and make up with her striking new hairdo. 
Is totally unrelated to this:
Alpha Game
July 26, 2017, 12:57 p.m.

Stop worrying about campus rape

Universities would do better to concern themselves with campus suicide.
A gifted student hanged herself after 'slowly unravelling' with depression, an inquest heard today. Elsa Scaburri, thought to be the fifth Bristol University student to commit suicide in one year, went 'downhill' during a year of studying modern languages abroad in Italy.

Miss Scaburri, 21, felt 'worthless' and came back to the UK so she could be with her mother in January this year where she was diagnosed with clinical depression.
Of course, it's harder to blame a woman's suicide on men than a woman's rape. And, of course, ...
Alpha Game
July 25, 2017, 2:10 p.m.

How dare he!



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July 21, 2017, 9 a.m.

The children pay the price

No one ever seems to stop and think about the price that the children - many of whom are not merely unattractive, but weird in appearance - pay as a result of their parents proud virtue-signaling and SMV maximizing:
I’m mixed race myself, and have a lot of trouble fitting in with broader society. Being a mullatto is an alienating experience. I’m funny-looking, and my prospects of finding someone I find attractive for a relationship are slim.

As a result, I welcome results like these that fight back against the PC mixed race narrative that leftist scumbags are ...
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July 20, 2017, 9:44 a.m.

The female humblebrag

ClarkHat comments on a female scientist wanting to make sure that everyone knows she is married and her colleagues find her attractive:
Tuuli Lappalainen @tuuliel
Dear fellow scientists. The next time you’re going to google for info of the husband or wedding of a female colleague, think again.

Welcome to the Oort‏ @ClarkHat
A woman humble-bragging about how people wonder if she's single is female intrasexual competition.

It's the more sophisticated "feminist" version of the 22yo posting on facebook "why do all these guys at the club stare at me?"

So the hilarious thing is that ...
Alpha Game
July 17, 2017, 9:20 a.m.

On male stress

Dr. Helen addresses the seeming dichotomy of men seeking situations which are apparently bad for their health:
Most women think that men cling to traditional male roles because it benefits them. Certainly ascending a professional ladder offers more money, power and status than chugging along on a mommy track. But these perks come at a price. In a recent 15-year survey of married American men and women between the ages of 18 and 32, Christin Munsch of the University of Connecticut found that men typically reported being in the best health during the years they split the burdens ...
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July 16, 2017, 12:18 p.m.

2 percent

Who could have ever foreseen this?


Two percent of black men who father children with white women financially support the mother and the child. 98 percent don't. Miss Pegowska rolled the dice and apparently the 1/50 long shot didn't come through for her.

Burn the coal, pay the toll.
Alpha Game
July 15, 2017, 8:56 p.m.

The consequences of trading up

Two pro-West women, Lauren Southern and Brittany Pettibone, address the consequences of applied hypergamy.


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July 14, 2017, 10:31 a.m.

The case for paternal custody

If not automatically removing boys from the custody of single mothers:
I have two sons. They are strong and compassionate—the kind of boys other parents are glad to meet when their daughters bring them home for dinner. They are good boys, in the ways good boys are, but they are not safe boys. I’m starting to believe there’s no such thing.

I wrote an essay in The Washington Post last year, during the height of the Brock Turner case, about my sons and rape culture. I didn’t think it would be controversial when I wrote it; I was ...
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July 13, 2017, 12:24 p.m.

It is a good question

This confusion on the part of a Return of Kings reader cracked me up.
I was out with one of my readers the other night, who had the good fortune of never really coming across an American woman in his life. But this month, he’s traveling through a few parts of Europe that are more dense (quite literally, in this case) with American women. And you know what he said to me?

I’ve only heard an American girl speak a few times in my life before this week, but now that I have heard them…I don’t understand. What the ...
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July 12, 2017, 2:37 p.m.

Fat girls make inferior mothers

Science has spoken:
A total of 43 550 (3.5%) offspring had any major congenital malformation, and the most common subgroup was for congenital heart defects (n=20 074; 1.6%). Compared with offspring of normal weight mothers (risk of malformations 3.4%), the proportions and adjusted risk ratios of any major congenital malformation among the offspring of mothers with higher BMI were: overweight, 3.5% and 1.05 (95% confidence interval 1.02 to 1.07); obesity class I, 3.8% and 1.12 (1.08 to 1.15), obesity class II, 4.2% and 1.23 (1.17 to 1.30), and obesity class III, 4.7% and 1.37 (1.26 to 1.49). The risks ...
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July 11, 2017, 12:02 p.m.

They were lied to

As one of the many degreed single women the article is talking about, this is so true it makes my stomach clench. I was lied to.
- Girl Who

She's a lawyer from the country with an Ivy League degree. As easy as it is to condemn her for her choices, and observe that she is experiencing the logical consequences of her actions, we should never forget that these women were deceived.

That doesn't mean that we should white knight for them, or wife them up, or even lift a finger to address their self-imposed problems. ...
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July 10, 2017, 9:34 a.m.

Sex-blind hiring favors men

Dr. Helen comments on the incongruous discovery:
The trial, which was an effort to push more women in senior position jobs, revealed that removing the gender from a candidate’s application does not help boost gender equality in hiring. The trial also revealed that adding a male name to a candidate’s application made them 3.2 percent less likely to get the job while adding a female name made it 2.9 percent more likely that the candidate would be hired.

Researchers assumed that removing gender identifiers from an application would make it easier for women to obtain employment in senior ...
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July 9, 2017, 12:13 p.m.