Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Man Up

    [M]asculinity should be idealized among dissidents who are attempting to counter the now dominant narrative. This includes strength and the broader category of fitness, but it should also include traditional masculine qualities like courage, self-confidence and resolution. It should also be accompanied by admiration for traditional masculine virtues like chivalry and honor.
Thus spake Dan Phillips, MD., in his article noting what "may signal the emergence of a promising trend" in the "opposition to political liberalism and resistance to politically correct orthodoxy" — Strength and the Emerging Counterculture Identity.

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