For Christian men who know something is wrong with masculinity—even in the church: The Masculinist
From the Masculinist you’ll get answers for why our culture feels hostile to masculinism, and what you can do about it. Answers that are biblically-grounded, historically-verified, and sociologically-informed.
- Clear cultural diagnostics that pinpoint where the problems lie
- Simple cultural models that connect the dots, so you can understand why the world is how it is
- Positive, unapologetic, and non-defeatist steps for engagement, so you can live life well
You’re not crazy (or alone)
I speak to a lot of men who feel like something is wrong with them because no one else sees what they see, or cares about it.
You are not alone, and you are not crazy. There are plenty of other men out there who see the same things you do.
Like you, they are searching for insight—and not getting it from their pastors. They want to understand why the world is the way it is, and what they can do about it.
This is what the Masculinist is all about.
Let me give you a couple of examples. If you sign up below, you’ll get two of my most popular back-issues to read before the next edition goes out. One is Masc #13, which got huge readership because it provided three simple models for understanding where we’re at as a culture: “positive,” “neutral” and “negative” worlds. The other is Masc #17, which talks about what actually attracts women to men—facts which are generally the opposite of what you’ll get from the pulpit or Christian bookstores.
I won’t try to explain further here—but sign up and check out the back-issues in the archives. There is no cost or obligation, and I think you’ll find them helpful. And if you like what you read, I’ll keep sending you free newsletters every month or so. Also, check out The Masculinist on Youtube where you can get clips and episodes of the podcast.
Masculism Under Attack
The world right now is full of attacks on traditional masculism. It seems like the New York Times is always running an article attacking the patriarchy and sexism. This site is pro-man while looking at things from a Christian perspective. This is not a men’s rights movement or a site that endorses misogyny. Neither is it a corny manliness site that caricatures men. Gender equality movements have caused a stir and created several men’s movements that advocate for traditional gender roles. This is a publication, publishing posts relevant to men.
The Masculinist aims to produce thoughtful pieces that men will provide value in a world full of many different social movements. The feminist movement along with globalization has change society and gender relations. The Masculinist is to provide advice and thoughtful insights. The site is not actively anti-feminist, but this site is not a safe space and an anti-feminism piece is more than welcome. That being said The Masculinist is not dedicated to gender issues and gender studies all topics relevant to the world can be read on the blog.