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There is perhaps no manlier icon in Hollywood history than John Wayne.
A project created by photographers and partners Sham Hinchey and Marzia Messina called “Dear Daughters” was recently featured by HuffPost.
The left so dominates the culture that the right is not so much waging a culture war anymore as it is a culture insurgency.
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Is this the kind of masculinity we want?
'The Red Pill' began as a critical look at the Men’s Rights movement from the perspective of a feminist, but evolved into a sympathetic portrait.
In our kneejerk compulsion to show effusive support for women we unfortunately have become correspondingly casual about culturally demonizing men.
Many women find themselves terrified of raising male children in 'Trump's America.'
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The boundaries that long separated the traditional roles of moms and dads have largely vanished in our culture. Does that threaten manhood?
These classic, core values apply to a Gentlemen from any century.
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