Weekend Reading | May 20, 2016
Here are some of the most politically incorrect, incisive, interesting, or original links from around the web for the weekend of May 20, 2016.
A Swedish business owner will have to pay thousands in damages to a lesbian couple who wanted to have their wedding at her rural venue. The religious owner of the establishment didn’t want a gay wedding on her property, which counts as discrimination and a crime. It’s about criminalizing conservatism and infringing on people’s freedom of religion.
Working wives are 1) tempted to infidelity (physical or emotional) by close proximity to high status male bosses not their husbands in corporate environments, 2) men are less inclined to emotionally invest in, and therefore materially provide for, careerist women who are financially self-sufficient, and 3) marital egalitarianism kills sex lives dead.
If I were to describe neomasculinity in one phrase, I’d take a page from Donald Trump’s playbook and have it be “Make Men Strong Again.” Most of the work I’ve published in the past decade has had the common end of giving tools and knowledge to men so that they do more than before, whether it’s with meeting women, improving their health and physical stature, making more money, understanding reality in a more objective way, or having valuable experiences around the world.
Ancient Greece has had a tremendous influence on society, culture and philosophy of the Western world. Not just in the west, Greeks certainly have managed to make immense contributions to the entire world in a number of ways, more often than not, it has been most apparent in literature and philosophy. A lot of the earliest works of literature in the western world are highly influenced by the Greeks. Western thinkers, generation after generation, have acted upon what Greeks did in the past.
A video posted on Salon’s Facebook page shows the leftist news organization’s resident pedophile, Todd Nickerson, explaining how he masturbated over a 5-year-old girl while romanticized video footage of a child is used to illustrate his sick fantasy. Nickerson first rose to prominence when Salon.com gave him a platform to explain how lusting after children was merely an alternative “sexual orientation” and that people should be “understanding and supportive” towards pedophiles.
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