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The Gentleman Adventurer on Men – Pt 4

April 2, 2010 by


Why it Works These two essential methods of male socialization have been successful throughout the entirety of the human experience wherever they are correctly applied. There are many reasons for this, not the least of which is simply that God ordained them. But there is another, specific reason upon which we have already touched. The […]

The Gentleman Adventurer on Men – Pt 3

April 1, 2010 by


Longer post today – this is where we really start getting down to the nuts and bolts of how men and women interact. Taming the Barbarian There are only two things that can tame the man’s barbaric nature with any kind of lasting effect. The first is faith. And the second, springing from it as […]

The Gentleman Adventurer on Men – Pt 2

March 30, 2010 by


Another short post today. It’s the next session in the essay. — Man the Barbarian Stripped of the vestiges and preconceptions of society and the socialization of women and religion, man is in essence a barbarian. He is a naked, blue-painted savage. He is a hunter. He is a predator. Sociology and anthropology confirm this. […]

The Gentleman Adventurer On Men – Pt 1

March 29, 2010 by


Yes, the Gentleman Adventurer has been relatively silent lately. That’s due in a large part to a number of things – mostly the pressing needs of romance, family, and employment. But it’s also because I’ve been carefully thinking and researching for my next series of blog posts. It all began when someone, as a gift […]

The Gentleman Adventurer: Letter to a Young Man

March 15, 2010 by


I wrote the following for a young man’s manhood ceremony. We’ll call him Jack. That isn’t his name, but that’s what we’re going to call him. It’s some of my thoughts on manhood — some of the stuff that, if avoided, will save you a whole lot of pain and wasted time. — Jack, It’s […]