Back for a 2nd straight week to prove that I wasn’t just a one trick pony or a lazy bum – it’s the top Manosphere Posts of the week! This week’s hot fitness chick is Ashley Kaltwasser – the reigning IFBB Bikini Olympia champion. Check her out on instagram at http://instagram.com/ashleykfit. Yes. A woman can look this good. Now enjoy your big girls ((trollface))
There was a slight issue with this week’s top 10 – an article I wanted to include was deleted right as I was writing this post, so I had to scramble for a replacement. This is why you see two posts from ROK this week. Hopefully the “no repeat sites on the top 10” rule will be easy to enforce from now on. For real folks, don’t delete articles:)
Now, without further ado, here’s the list!
- This is what a feminist looks like by Viva La Manosphere on Return of Kings. I have long made the distinction between “good feminists” and “bad feminists”. Many people have told me that the “bad feminist” is a myth, an exaggeration. This post offers video evidence that it isn’t.
- The Vindication of Jameis Winston by Athlone Mcginnis on Return of Kings. You might have already heard of the legal troubles of Florida State football phenom Jameis Winston. This article probes further into the case and examines how false accusations tend to follow star athletes everywhere.
- The Fundamentals of Getting Laid a lot/definition of game by GoodLookingLoser. GLL once again breaks things down in an easy to understand and digest approach. His articles really take the mysteries and the “quest for perfection” out of sex and really just offer some solid, immediately usable, easy to understand advice.
- Black Women must stop mating with Mr Big by JustFourGuys. In the black community there are a LOT of men making a LOT of money giving dating advice for women (think Steve Harvey), and the “male self improvement” movement has yet to begin to flourish. JFG explains why, while addressing socio-economic issues that I have never even fathomed. Great read.
- Welfare is the New Middle Class by Captain Power on Matt Forney’s blog. Now I’m not usually too political, but this article had me intrigued. Captain Power investigates some Obamacare price claims and discovers that many of them had welfare factored in. Now, I believe in welfare. I believe that sometimes, we all could use a little help when the chips are down. But to have welfare be the de facto “norm” instead of the “if all else fails, I have this to help me get back on my feet ASAP” speaks volumes about the current state of the US.
- 10 Ways to Evolve Your Game by WallStreetPlayboys. A simple 10 point list of how some of your old behaviors can be replaced by some new ones. Really simple and to the point, and it will pay dividends.
- How To Avoid a False Rape Accusation by Thumotic. A false rape accusation has always been one of my biggest fears in life, especially now, when rape seems to have been redefined to “whatever makes a girl feel bad maybe”. Thumotic lays down some pretty good guidelines… plus he links to an old post of mine, so I gotta give him props 🙂
- These Kids Today by Delicious Tacos. Experience can be a bitch. Men adapt. Gone are the days of super sweet nice girls. Now is the age of choking, gagging, and porn sex, and the ladies wouldn’t have it any other way. Delicious Tacos shares with us his observations on modern sex.
- Daygame Mastery Extract – the Secret Society By Krauser. Krauser has some fun with sex partner statistics and gives you motivation to go mack now. Just read it
- Betapedia. Yes, the whole site. Read it, bookmark it, read it again later. There are countless blogs that give you advice, that give you examples of good and bad behavior, that give you thoughtful discussions, etc. This is not one of them. This blog is supposed to make you cringe, this blog is supposed to make you uncomfortable. This blog represents everything you don’t want to be. To the creator of this site – bless your heart. If you are on the fence about “self improvement” – this is the alternative.
And there you have it. Hope you’ve enjoyed these articles as much as I had. Now, take us away Tumblr snowflake: