This weekend, for the first time, I met (in person) a reader of this blog who I didn’t know in real life before they ever started reading here.
In my interactions with others who want to bring back virtue and order, I have often encountered the idea that separation of Church and State is antithetical to this goal. I have heard the same theory espoused by those of the opposite persuasion; claiming that Church and State must be kept separate–or driven further asunder–in order to prevent a return to virtue and order. (Or, as they sometime express it, to protect LGBT “rights.”)
Recently, Nick B. Steves posted an image to Twitter that I found both intriguing and confusing: I was intrigued by the relationship between the various groups and sites. In 2012, I discovered a rag-tag group of blogs that were, at the time, generally referred to as “the manosphere.” This group was diverse, including sites such … Read more…
This is not my first blog. I think it is my fifth. Of the four that went before, none remain. This is by far the most “successful” blog I have ever built, and even it is small compared to others in its small niche of the internet. No one really notices when I take several weeks between posts, which is good, because I do it often.