Men, Women, And Society


Early book announcement: Sleazy Stories 2 (working title)

When it rains, it pours! As my meditation book is currently in editing, I have again some spare time to fill. In order to keep the momentum, I went through a few of my unfinished drafts and decided to focus on the draft that is closest to being done. Thus, let me already announce that… Continue reading Early book announcement: Sleazy Stories 2 (working title)
Men, Women, And Society
Oct. 14, 2017, 8:30 p.m.

An example of a woman who is facing the wall (video)

The wall is a sad reality of the life of women. Men are very aware of it. Yet, it seems that women doubt its existence. There certainly is no shortage of leftover women who wonder why they are invisible to men, and who are slowly but surely getting impatient because the hot young billionaire with… Continue reading An example of a woman who is facing the wall (video)
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Oct. 14, 2017, 5:11 p.m.

Book Announcement: Meditation without Bullshit

Here’s an announcement from Aaron S. Elias: I have been meditating for over 20 years and benefited greatly from it. Yet, not unlike it was with picking up women, I walked my own path. In the pickup industry, you have virgin gurus who tell you nonsense like “looks don’t matter”, and they want to make… Continue reading Book Announcement: Meditation without Bullshit
Men, Women, And Society
Oct. 14, 2017, 4:38 p.m.

The Open Thread: October 2017 (Part II)

The monthly Open Thread is a place for open discussion among my readers. Post anything you feel like sharing! As the October thread has gathered over 100 comments already, I’m opening a second thread. The stage is yours. Go ahead! Oh, and if you like my blog, then consider throwing a few coins into the… Continue reading The Open Thread: October 2017 (Part II)
Men, Women, And Society
Oct. 14, 2017, 2:50 p.m.

No, Aaron Clarey, picking a fattie and slimming her down is a bad idea

I occasionally listen to Aaron Clarey’s YouTube videos when I need an excuse for playing a few rounds of Tetris. I tend to agree with most of what he says, but on a few rare occasions he makes statements that only make me shake my head. In particular, a lot of what he has to… Continue reading No, Aaron Clarey, picking a fattie and slimming her down is a bad idea
Men, Women, And Society
Oct. 11, 2017, 9:23 p.m.

Admin: Server move complete

My website has now moved to a new server. There were a few minor hiccups, but it worked out fine in the end. There is a very small number of pending comments that have yet to be restored manually. If you encounter any problems with the site, please let me know. This is also a… Continue reading Admin: Server move complete
Men, Women, And Society
Oct. 10, 2017, 7:57 p.m.

Admin: The blog will move to a new host soon

Next week I intend to move this site to a new hosting provider. Ideally, you won’t even notice that, but there may be some hiccups along the way. It could happen that some comments get lost during the transfer, but those will be manually restored. If not, just let me know. Moving to a new… Continue reading Admin: The blog will move to a new host soon
Men, Women, And Society
Oct. 8, 2017, 8:34 p.m.

Admin: Update on my book on meditation

As a brief update, I would like to let you know that I just finished the very first complete draft of my book on meditation. I will go through the text from beginning to end next week. The next step, after that point, is to send out draft versions to a few people who have… Continue reading Admin: Update on my book on meditation
Men, Women, And Society
Oct. 8, 2017, 8:30 p.m.

The Open Thread: October 2017

The monthly Open Thread is a place for open discussion among my readers. Post anything you feel like sharing! The stage is yours. Go ahead! Oh, and if you like my blog, then consider throwing a few coins into the tip jar, and buy my books! They are great.
Men, Women, And Society
Sept. 30, 2017, 10:33 p.m.

Career sacrifices men make in marriage

Among the most popular myths perpetuated by the divorce industry is that the ditz who married a doctor and stayed at home to raise children gave up a great career. After all, since women can do everything better than men, it is only logical to assume that absolutely everyone of them would have ended up… Continue reading Career sacrifices men make in marriage
Men, Women, And Society
Sept. 30, 2017, 11:04 a.m.

Women who claim they “want to have it all”, a career and a family

One of the more ludicrous claims of feminist-minded women is that they “want to have it all”, by which they mean they would like to have both a career and a family. Of course, the issue is that this is only possible in a very limited interpretation of “career” and “family”, namely, it only works… Continue reading Women who claim they “want to have it all”, a career and a family
Men, Women, And Society
Sept. 30, 2017, 9:21 a.m.

How men and women talk about their careers

The other week I attended an academic conference in an applied field. To my surprise, there were quite a few people from industry attending as well. One of the guys I ended up talking to told me about his educational background, and his current job. He was among the older attendees, easily in his late… Continue reading How men and women talk about their careers
Men, Women, And Society
Sept. 29, 2017, 10:30 p.m.

The importance of post-orgasmic clarity in dating

In my last post I, Men who don’t seriously date in their early 20s dodge bullets, I discussed the downfalls of settling down in one’s adolescence. I also elaborated on why it’s a shockingly bad decision to marry a girl your own age, or, even worse, one who is older than you. My appeal to… Continue reading The importance of post-orgasmic clarity in dating
Men, Women, And Society
Sept. 29, 2017, 9:47 p.m.

Guest post by my girlfriend: An educated female’s conundrum

Earlier today my girlfriend surprised me with another article for my blog. It is on the futility of wanting to “have it all”, i.e. wanting a family and a “career”. In the West, the vast majority of women have been brainwashed to think that they have to get e-duh-cated, and end up with dried up… Continue reading Guest post by my girlfriend: An educated female’s conundrum
Men, Women, And Society
Sept. 28, 2017, 11:15 p.m.

Men who don’t seriously date in their early 20s dodge bullets

A few weeks ago I visited my parents for a few days. As they don’t need the space, they kept my room the way it was when I moved out. This put me in the convenient position that I never really had to go through my things and decide what I wanted to keep. However,… Continue reading Men who don’t seriously date in their early 20s dodge bullets
Men, Women, And Society
Sept. 28, 2017, 11:07 p.m.

Guest Post by my girlfriend: Seeing Western women for what they are?

My girlfriend, who sometimes comments on my blog under the pseudonym Sleazy’s Gal, was eager to share how her perception of Western women changed over time. When we first met, she seemed to almost idolize them, but I have a hunch that that may no longer be the case. Here is what she has to… Continue reading Guest Post by my girlfriend: Seeing Western women for what they are?
Men, Women, And Society
Sept. 26, 2017, 11:45 p.m.

Another reason why men die earlier than women

In all countries, men have a lower life expectancy than women. The main reason is that men take more risks, which causes them to die sooner. It’s quite easy to kick the bucket if you throw caution in the wind and engage in dangerous activities. This may get you a post-humus Darwin Award, but that… Continue reading Another reason why men die earlier than women
Men, Women, And Society
Sept. 21, 2017, 11:36 p.m.

Lauren Southern is hitting the wall at age 22

It is absolutely scary how quickly Western women age. Most are well past their prime in their late 20s, but there are plenty of Western women around who hit the wall at breakneck speed at a much earlier stage. Within a few months, they drop one to two points on the looks scale. It’s not… Continue reading Lauren Southern is hitting the wall at age 22
Men, Women, And Society
Sept. 15, 2017, 8:52 p.m.

Equinox leaks 150m private data sets; CIO is female diversity hire

By now we know that women are better than men when it comes to tech. Meg Whitman has turned Hewlett-Packard into one of the most valuable tech companies on earth, Elizabeth Holmes discovered new and very imaginative ways of administering blood tests, which turned her into the richest person on earth, and Marissa Mayer has… Continue reading Equinox leaks 150m private data sets; CIO is female diversity hire
Men, Women, And Society
Sept. 14, 2017, 3:22 p.m.

Cringe-worthy PUA is proud of picking up land whale

While the PUA industry as a whole has gone bust, there are still a few stragglers around who prey on moronic men. One such PUA is “Johnny Berba”. I wasn’t familiar with him, but Alek Novy posted a video of that guy on one of the recent Open Threads. Watch the video first, please: Alek… Continue reading Cringe-worthy PUA is proud of picking up land whale
Men, Women, And Society
Sept. 7, 2017, 11:10 p.m.